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foreword 



To attempt to surpass the ideas and accomplishments of the past 
seems to be an integral part of human nature. We of the Alpha staff 
are no exceptions. Through our yearbook we have tried to present 
the Bridgewater we have known and loved in a way that would be a 
little unique, but, above all, in a way that would be most meaningful 
to the whole college and, in particular, to our class. 

Bridgewater in its ideals and values is essentially unchanging, yet 
growing and encompassing the very best of the new and the modern. 
We have tried to portray it in that way through the medium of these 
pages. 

We present to you the 1956 Alpha. 



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Albert Gardner Boyden 
Gymnasium 




Training School 






Woodward Hall 




Tillinghast Hall 





dedication 



With great admiration and respect for all those fine 
qualities which ennoble and enrich the teaching pro- 
fession, we, the Class of 1956, dedicate the memoirs of 
our Bridgewater years to you, Miss S. Elizabeth Pope. 

It has been through your untiring guidance as our 
dean of women, instructor, advisor, and friend that 
you have made the word — teacher — into a way of life. 



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Senior Staff, left to right: 
ARLINE SCHATZ— Art Editor 
BEVERLY SULLIVAN— Literary Editor 
WINIFRED MURRAY— Editor 
ROBERT BACHMANN— Photography Editor 
NORMA GOYETCHE— Secretary 
JOAN PARK— Treasurer 
JOAN WARRINGTON— Sports Editor 
JOHN BLANCHON— Sports Editor 

Junior Staff: 

MARY ANN PETERS— Assistant Editor 
PHYLLIS CROWLEY— Assistant Secretary 
BARBARA REED — Assistant Treasurer 




Our heartfelt thanks to the Loring Studios, 
Taylor-made Yearbooks, Dr. Samuel Shein- 
feld, our advisor, and all those who helped 
in any way in the production of this book. 



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STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE AT BRtDGEWATER 

July l, 1955 



ytj dear Seniors of the Class of 1956: 



I am most grateful for the opportunity given me by the editor of your yearbook to say 
a word of farewell to you as you depart to take up the work for which you have been preparing 
yourselves during these past four years. What I have to say has probably been said frequently 
to you in the classroom and phrased far better than I may express it, but with my thoughts go a 
sincerity and an understanding of your problems and your opportunities which may compensate in 
part for these oft repeated ideas and ideals of mine. 

Your chosen vocation requires an understanding deep and wide, a sympathy large enough 
to encompass the world, and a desire to help that will not be fettered by the chains of race or 
color. Hard work, unpleasant duty, personal inconvenience, these are the test tubes in which 
you will be tried. The way you face your daily obligations will certainly decide whether you 
are to be run-of-the-mill teachers or teachers with a mission. 

There will be times when this mission will seem impossible of realization, when the 
troubles of the day and the watches of the night will induce discouragement and apathy. At such 
times, the very well springs of your enthusiasm may seem to run dry. Then your inner self, your 
convictions, your capacity for prayer, your sense of dedication will prove themselves your firm- 
est allies. 

The good teacher has the faculty of putting first things first. He knows the value of 
records and research, but he doesn't allow himself to become enmeshed in the plotting of graphs 
and the making of charts. Don't permit your ministrations to become depersonalized, for thus 
you may become full-time bookkeepers and part-time teachers. The teacher may be lost in the 
statistician. Your life's work at any given moment is the education of the child and his prepa- 
ration for life. Your dedication, then, is not to statistics, but to man. 

The life you have chosen is not suited for the dilettante. You will soon know how 
much courage, fortitude, and determination are necessary to keep you in the groove, to steady 
you when you falter, to help you combat the blandishments of easy work and lazy leisure. There 
must be literally hundreds of boys and girls in our Commonwealth well equipped by God and nature 
for the hardy, satisfying task of teaching. Let your light so shine, your joy in your work so 
persuade that others feeling the glow of your happiness may be inspired to follow in your foot- 
steps, to walk the path you are treading, to do the good you may be doing for the minds and 
spirits of students. Casual criticism of the difficulties of your profession taken out of 
context may repel those whom, otherwise, you might encourage to follow the gleam. Here as in 
most other matters, it is better to light a little candle than to complain of the darkness. 

I wish each of you Godspeed and happiness in your work; may good fortune attend you 
and smile on you during every moment of your professional careers. 

Cordially, 



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President 



class advisors 




ROSE H. O'CONNELL 

M.A. 
Sociology 

Nothing great was ever achieved without 
enthusiasm . . . Emerson. 




CATHERINE E. COMEAU 

M.Ed. 

Physical Education 

Let us, then, be up and doing, with a 
heart for any fate . . . Longfellow. 



JOHN J. O'NEILL 

M.Ed. 

English 

The great end of life is not knowledge, 
but action . . . Huxley. 



For the help and guidance so willingly rendered throughout our college 
years, we extend a sincere "Thank you." 




JOSEPH J. CORKERY 

M.A. 
Dean of Men 



directors 



IV A V. LUTZ 

M.A. 

Director of 

Extension Studies 



BALFOUR S. TYNDALL 

M.Ed. 

Director of Training 






GLADYS L. ALLEN 
Training School 

RALPH S. BATES 

Ph.D. 
History. Government 

LOUISE H. BORCHERS 

M.A. 

Training School 



BEATRICE I. BOUCHARD 

M.A.. M.S. 

Librarian 

MARY I. CALDWELL 

M.A. 

Physical Education 



JULIA C. CARTER 

M.L.S. 

Librarian 

ELIZABETH F. CIRINO (MRS.) 

M.A. 

Biology 

RITA COUTURE 

M.A. 

French. Mathematics 



MARY M. CROWLEY 

M.S. 

Art, Crafts 

JOHN L. DAVOREN 
M.Ed. 
English 

LOIS L. DECKER 

M.A. 
Physical Education 



GEORGE H. DURGIN 

M.Ed. 

Mathematics 

CHARLES E. FOTH 

M.A. 

History 

RUTH L. GAMSON (MRS. 

M.Ed. 

Training School 



M. 



. IRENE GRAVES 
M.A. 
Biology 

FRANCES GUERIN 

M.A. 
English 





ELIZABETH M. HIGGINS (MRS.) 

M.Ed. 

Training School 

FRANK HILFERTY 
Ph.D. 

Biology. Physiology 

ELIZABETH HOLLIS 

M.A. 

Education 



PAUL HUFFINGTON 

M.A. 

Geography, Geology 

HELEN HULSMAN 

M.Ed. 

Training School 

MARJORIE KELLY 

M.Ed. 

Physical Education 




T. LEONARD KELLY 

M.A. 

Physical Science 

EVELYN R. LINDQUIST 

M. Ed. 

Training School. Principal 

OLIVE H. LOVETT 

M.Ed. 

English 



MARY L. MARKS 
Training School 

WALTER L. MAYO 
M.Ed. 
Music 



ANNABELLE M. MELVILLE 
1 Ph.D. 
Historv 



MRS. I 



MARY J. MORIARTY 

Ed.D. 

Director. Physical Education 

Major Curr. for Women 

RITA K. NADAL (MRS.) 

M.Ed. 

Training School 



DANIEL J. NOONAN 

M.Ed. 

Education 

BARBARA F. POE - SEPP (MRS.) 
M.Ed. 

Training School 

MIRIAM M. REINHART 
Ph.D. 
Speech 




HENRY ROSEN 

M.Ed. 

Audio-Visual Education 

ROBERT W. RUCKER 

M.A. 

Geography 

SAMUEL N. SHEINFELD 
Ed.D. 

English 



HELEN E. SLEEPER 

B.S. 

Training School 

DORIS M. SPRAGUE 

M.Ed. 

Training School 





RUTH STAUPAS 

M.Ed. 

Training School 

EDWARD C. SWENSEN 

M.Ed. 

Physical Education 

Varsity Coach 



CHARLOTTE THOMPSON 

B.S. 

Training School 

DOROTHY S. WOOD (MRS.) 

M.Ed. 

Training School 



JORDAN D. FIORE 

Ph.D. 

History 

D. FRANCIS HARRIGAN 

B.S. 

Handwriting 

JOHN B. TARVER 

M.A. 

Speech 

DORIS E. TEBBETTS 

M.A. 
Art 

WILLIAM J. WALL 

Ph.D. 

Biology 

FREDERICK L. WOOD 

M.S.. 
Mathematics 



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Elizabeth J. Amaral 

177 Arnold Street New Bedford 
Kindergarten — Primary 
Be good yourself and the world will be good . . . Hindu 
Proverb 

Bridgewater ACE 2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Tillinghast Treasurer 4. 



Norma Angus 

6V> Charles Street Attleboro 
Elementary 
A good character is for remembrance . . . 
Plah-hotep 

Canterbury Club 4, Secretary 2, President 
3; Christian Fellowship 3, 4, First Vice 
President 2; Glee Club 1; WRA 1, 4, 
Board 2, 3. 






Robert W. Bachmann 

18 Stratford Road Andover 
Earth Science 
Diligence is the mother of good fortune 
. . . Cervantes 

Alpha Photographic Editor 4; Audio-Visual 
Club 1, President 2, 3, 4; Campus Com- 
ment 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1; French 
Club 1; MA A 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2. 
3, 4; Sportive Gentry 1, Musical Director 
2, Director 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 



Barbara J. Barmby 

7 Pleasant Street North Reading 
Elementary 
who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully 
. . . Corinthians 

Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 4, Recording Secretary 3; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, Secretary 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 
Board 1, 2, 3, 



Loren Barrows 

Maravista Avenue Falmouth 
English 
The wise carry their knowledge as they do their watches, 
not for display, but for their own use . . . Brown 
Campus Comment 3; Christian Fellowship 1; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 3; 
Junior Jubilee. 



Laura Batista 

399 Belleville Avenue New Bedford 
Elem en tary 

A merry heart that laughs at care . . . Mil- 
man 

Bridgewater ACE 3; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross Club 3, 4; Upper Elementary 
Club 4; WRA 1; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 






S. Erick Benson 

327 East Street West Bridgewater 
History 

Words without actions are the assassins of 
idealism . . . Hoover 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Intramurals 
2; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Sportive Gentry 3, 4. 



Nancy Bernacchio 

62 Linden Street Taunton 
Elementary 

Goodness is a special kind of truth and beauty . . . Over- 
street 

Newman Club 2. 4; WRA 1; Sophomore Showboat. 



John S. Blanchon 

22A Clifford Court Hingham 
History 
The best doctors in the world are: Doctor Diet, Doctor 
Quiet, and Doctor Merryman . . . Swift 
Alpha Sports Editor 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball. 1, 2, 
3, Captain 4; MAA 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Men's Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Sportive Gentry 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Jubilee; Junior Prom Committee. 



Margaret Borden 

110 School Street North Dighton 
Math — Science 
The vital glow . . . Bergson 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 4; 
SCA Assistant Treasurer 3, 4; WRA 1, 3, 
4, Board 2; Sophomore Showboat, Junior 
Jubilee. 







Arthur Brennan 

108 North Street Randolph 
English 
The actions of men are the best interpreters 
of their thoughts . . . Locke 
Campus Comment 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 
President 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Sopho- 
more Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Marilyn Freeman Broide 

88 West Selden Street Mattapan 
Physical Education 
The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we 
are loved . . . Hugo 

PEM Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 3. 



Helen K. Brown 

Skiff Avenue Vineyard Haven 
Physical Education 
Play up, play up, and play the game . . . Newbolt 
Dormitory Council 2; PEM Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 
WRA 1, 2, Board 3, 4; Junior Jubilee. 



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Ann M. Cantfill 

30 Madison Avenue Quincy 
Elementary 
A good disposition is more valuable than 
gold . . . Anonymous 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper Elementary 
Club 3. 




Carol A. Colcord 

16 Foskett Street West Somerville 
English — Library 
Work is only done well when it is done 
with a will . . . Ruskin 
Campus Comment 4; Chapel Committee 4; 
Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1; Upper Elementary Club 4; WRA 1, 2, 
3, Board 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Advisory Council. 



Hilda S. Correia 

34 Alfred Street New Bedford 

Elementary 

Life is a sweet and joyful thing for one who has someone 

to love, and a pure conscience . . . Tolstoi 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. 



A. Marie Corsano 

109 Summer Street Stoneham 

English 

Born to be great . . . Bailey 

Newman Club 1, 2; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper 

Elementary Club 3. 4; WRA 1. 



Mary B. Cote 

472 Westhampton Road Northampton 
EI em en tary 
She speaks, behaves, and looks just as she 
ought . . . Anonymous 
Dormitory Council 3, 4; Dramatic Club 
1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Organ Club 3, 4 
Red Cross Club 4; Sportive Gentry 2, 4 
Tillinghast House Board 4; WRA 1; Junior 
Jubilee. 





Margaret A. Courant 

4 Tolman Avenue Gloucester 
Elementary 
There are wonders in true affection . . . 
wherein two so become one, as they both 
become two . . . Browne 
Bridgewater ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; Dormitory 
Council 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wood- 
ward House Board 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Upper Elementary Club 4; Sophomore 
Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Natalie Creeden 

321 Boylston Street Brockton 
Elementary 
Calm was the sea to which your course you kept . . . Santa- 
yana 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Frances Cremen 

9 Oakdale Street Brockton 

Elementary 

The mildest manners, and the gentlest heart . . . Homer 

Glee Club 2, 3; Newman Club 2, 4; Garden Club 4; 

Sophomore Showboat. 



Patricia A. Cuff 

11 Pratt Street Millers Falls 
History 
In her tongue is the law of kindness 
. . . Proverbs 

Glee Club 1 ; Newman Club 1 ; Red Cross 
Club 1; WRA 1, Board 4; Sophomore 
Showboat. 





Maryles J. Cunningham 

8 Tremont Street Brockton 
Physical Education 
Whatever is worth doing is worth doing 
well . . . Chesterfield 
Dormitory Council 4; Elections Commit- 
tee 1; Newman Club 1; PEM Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Woodward House Board 4; WRA 1, 
Board 4; Junior Jubilee. 



Shirley Day 

1253 Washington Street Walpole 
Elementary 
Life's a pleasant institution; Let us take it as it comes 
. . . Gilbert 

Christian Fellowship 1, 3; Red Cross Club 1; Upper 
Elementary Club 1, 3; WRA 1. 



Lorraine De Frates 

Main Street Edgartown 
Physical Education 
The heart is wiser than the intellect . 
PEM Club 1, 2, 4, Vice President 3; WRA 1, 3, 4, Board 2; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Holland 



Beverly A. Deslauriers 

57 Summer Street East Bridgewater 
Elementary 
There are souls in this world which have 
the gift of finding joy everywhere and of 
leaving it behind them when they go 
. . . Faber 

Garden Club Vice President 4; Glee Club 
2, 3; WRA 1; Sophomore Showboat. 





Carlene E. Dodd 

19 Morse Avenue Brockton 
El em en tary 
Where the willingness is great, the diffi- 
culties cannot be great . . . Luther 
Campus Comment 2. 4. Exchange Editor 
3; Canterbury Club 3, Treasurer 4; Class 
Vice President 4; Dramatic Club 1, 3. 4. 
Secretary 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Sportive 
Gentry 2, 3, 4; Woodward House Board 3; 
WRA 2, 3, Corersponding Secretary 4; 
Sophomore Showboat, Director; Junior 
Jubilee, Director; Junior Prom Committee. 



Maureen A. Dolan 

11 Fletcher Street Ayer 

Physical Education 

A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance . . . Proverbs 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; PEM Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Sportive 

Gentry 1; WRA 1: Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Alice Donnelly 

4 James Street Taunton 
El em en tary 
As pure in thoughts as angels are; to know her is to 
love her . . . Rogers 

Day Student Council 4; Newman Club 2. 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 
3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 




Anne M. Duarte 

50 York Street Fall River 
Physical Education 
If you would rule the world quietly, you 
must keep it amused . . . Emerson 
Dramatic Club 2; Newman Club 4; PEM 
Club 1, 2. 3. 4; WRA 1, Board 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Jubilee. 




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Shirley B. Dundas 

15 Neponset Avenue Foxboro 
Elementary 
All succeeds with people who are sweet 
and cheerful . . . Voltaire 

Bridgewater ACE 1; WRA 1, 2. 



Natalie Alves Foley 

110 Merrimac Street New Bedford 
History 
Clothes give us individuality, distinctions, social polity 
. . . Carlyle 

Glee Club 1; Newman Club 1, 2; Sportive Gentry 2; WRA 
1, 2; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee; Junior Prom 
Committee. 



Sheila B. Foster 

92Vi Bedford Street New Bedford 
Kindergarten — Primary 
The eternal feminine . . . Goethe 
Bridgewater ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 3, Secre- 
tary 2; Tillinghast House Board 3, President 4; WRA 1. 



Joseph E. Fratianni 

14 Florence Street Cambridge 

Math — Science 

Ah, what delight to be a soldier . . . Scribe 

Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2; Class 

President 2; Dramatic Club 1; Intramurals 

1, 2, 3, 4; MA A 1. 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 

2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4; SCA 1, 2, 3; 
Soccer 1, 2. 3; Sportive Gentry 3, 4; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 





Beverly A. George 

179 Melrose Street Melrose 

Elementary 

Opinion is the genius, and, as it were, the 

foundation of all temporal happiness 

. . . Feltham 

Campus Comment 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1; Sopho- 
more Showboat; Senior Advisory Board. 



Carole Girard 

11 Puritan Road Buzzards Bay 
Kindergarten — Primary 
The happiness of the heart causeth a faire colour in the 
face . . . Florio 

Bridgewater ACE 1, 2. 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1. 3, 4; 
Christian Fellowship 1; Dormitory Council 4; French Club 
2, 3, Librarian 4; Sportive Gentry 2; Tillinghast Vice 
President 4; Junior Jubilee. 



Norma P. Goyetche 

2 Myrtle Square Gloucester 
Elementary 
Mix reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth . . . 
Anonymous 

Alpha Assistant Secretary 3, Secretary 4; Dormitory 
Council 2, 4; Modern Dance Club Associate Member 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 4; Sportive Gentry 2, 3, 4; 
Upper Elementary Club 1, 2; Woodward House Board 2, 
President 4; WRA 1, Board 2, 4, Recording Secretary 3; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 



Charles R. Haller 

111 Lowell Street Methuen 
General Science 
How hard it is to hide the sparks of 
Nature! . . . Shakespeare 
Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1; Intramurals 1, 2; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 1, 2, Second 
Vice President 4; Sportive Gentray 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 






Joanne M. Hart 

5 Parker Terrace Taunton 
Elementary 
Nothing is impossible to a willing heart 
. . . Heywood 

Day Student Council 4; Garden Club 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; WRA 1; Sopho- 
more Showboat. 



Jacqueline Haslett 

Summer Street Duxbury 
Physical Education 
Fortune can take away riches, but not courage . . . Seneca 
Canterbury Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3; Dormitory Council 
4; PEM Club 1, 2, 3, Program Chairman 4; WRA 1, 2, 
Board 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Marilyn A. Hayden 

58 Camden Street Methuen 
Earth Science 
The desire of knowledge, like the thirst of riches, increases 
ever with the acquisition of it . . . Sterne 
Civic Committee 4; Dormitory Council 4; Kappa Delta Pi 
3, 4; SCA 4; Upper Elementary Club 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 4, 
Board 3; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 







Mary Lou Hill 

Chase Road East Freetown 
Elementary 
Those make friends who do friendly acts 
. . . Gracian 

Bridgewater ACE 1, 2, 4; Christian Fel- 
lowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper Elementary 
Club 3, Treasurer 4; WRA 1, 2, 3; Sopho- 
more Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 




Eloise F. Hodgkins 

499 Nash Road New Bedford 
Physical Education 
Be always merry as you can, for no one 
delights in a sorrowful man . . . Proverbs 
Bradford Fellowship 3, 4; Christian Fel- 
lowship 1, 2, 3, 4; PEM Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sportive Gentry 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 3, Board 
2, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Janet E. Huskins 

31 Fenwick Street Springfield 
Elementary 
Discourse, the sweeter banquet of the mind . . . Dryden 
Bridgewater ACE 4; Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 4; Red 
Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper Elementary Club 1, 4; 
WRA 3. 



Gail Hutchinson 

6 Horton Street Attleboro 
Elementary 
Let me be the one to do what is to be done . . . Anonymous 
Cheerleader 2, 3; Christian Fellowship 2. 3; Class Secre- 
tary 1, 2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council 2: Glee Club 1: Modern 
Dance Club 2, Costume Director 3. Assistant Director 4: 
Sportive Gentry 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 



Barbara A. Jackson 

50 Burton Terrace South Weymouth 
Elementary 
To live as fully, as completely as possible, 
is the true aim of life . . . Powys 
Dramatic Club 1; Red Cross Club 1; Upper 
Elementary Club 1; WRA 1, 2. 





Blandine A. Jasnocha 

98 West Main Street Ware 
Math — Science 
Truth is the highest thing that man may 
keep . . . Chaucer 

Dormitory Council 4; French Club 1; 
Handbook Committee 3, Chairman 4; 
Kappa Delta Pi 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; SCA 2, 3, 4; Sportive Gentry 3, 4; 
Woodward House Board 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 
4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee; 
Junior Prom Committee. 




Margaret Joyce 

440 South Main Street Randolph 
Elementary 
Ay, be merry as she can, For love ne'er is found in a 
sorrowful man . . . Ray 

Dramatic Club 2, 4; Glee Club 2; Newman Club 1, 3, 4; 
Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; WRA 2, 3; Sopho- 
more Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Virginia M. Kalaghan 

148 Sea Street North Weymouth 

Elementary 

Knowledge comes only from study . . . Newton 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Anthony J. Kula 

59 Park Street Taunton 

History 

Who never defers and never demands 

But smiling takes the world in his hands 

. . . Anonymous 

Campus Comment News Editor 3, 4; Class 
Treasurer 2, 3. 4; Elections Committee 2, 
3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; MAA 1, 2, 4, 
Vice President 3; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Public Relations Committee 2; SCA 1; 
Soccer 1; Sportive Gentry 2, 3; Sopho- 
more Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 






Romeo Lafond 

Jones Road Falmouth 

Earth Science 

And the skies are sunlit for him . . . Parker 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4, Vice President 3; 

French Club 1, 4, Vice President 2; MAA 

1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 
Vice President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Public Relations Committee 2; Soccer 

2, 3; Sportive Gentry 4; Sophomore Show- 
boat. 



Judith Franco Lancaster 

131 County Street Taunton 
Elementary 
It is a fine seasoning for joy to think of those we love 
. . . Moliere 

Newman Club 1, 2. 4; Sophomore Showboat. 



Peter J. Lane 

2 Grandview Street Natick 
History 
The days of our youth are the days of our glory . . . Byron 
Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic 
Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Sportive 
Gentry 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 





Paul Larrivee 

279 Sunset Hill Fall River 
English 
The ideal of courtesy, wit, grace, and 
charm . . . Cicero 

French Club 1; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Esther G. Leary 

4 Cleveland Avenue Braintree 
Elementary 
The quiet mind is richer than a crown 
. . . Greene 

WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Harold Le Blanc 

111 Gay Street Norwood 
Social Studies 
He most prevails who nobly dares . . . Broome 
Assembly Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Campus Com- 
ment Business Manager 3, 4; Chapel Committee 1; Class 
President 1, 3; Intramurals 2; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Public Relations Com- 
mittee 2; SCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sportive Gentry 3, 4; Sophomore 
Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Janet Lee 

403 Front Street Weymouth 

Physical Education 

All's right with the world . . . Browning 

PEM Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



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Dorothy Lewis 

Washington Street South Duxbury 

History 

Thought is the measure of life . . . Leland 

Dramatic Club 2, 3. 




Marcia Lindsay 

63 Rockland Street Brockton 
Elementary 
Good health and good sense are two of 
life's greatest blessings . . . Anonymous 
Day Student Council 1, 2, Vice President 
3, President 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, Vice President 4; Orchestra 
1, 2; SCA 2, 4; WRA 3, 4. 



Eleanor M. Lydon 

10 Governors Road Milton 
Physical Education 
Then give to the world the best you have, And the best 
will come back to you . . . Bridges 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; PEM Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sportive 
Gentry 2; WRA 1, 2, 4, Publicity Director 3; Sophomore 
Showboat; Junior Jubilee; Senior Advisory Board. 



Mary Lymberis 

454 Whipple Street Fall River 
Physical Education 
There is likewise a reward for faithful silence . 
PEM Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 1; WRA 1, 2, 3, 
Jubilee. 



. . Horace 
4; Junior 




Margaret J. Malone 

38 Maplewood Avenue South Swansea 
Elementary 
Give and take, live and let live, that's the 
word . . . Holiburion 

Bridgewater ACE 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Club 
2, 4; SCA 4; Sportive Gentry 3, 4; Upper 
Elementary Club 4; WRA 1, 2; Sophomore 
Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 







Anne Marie Mason 

28 Myrtle Street New Bedford 
Elementary 
Virtue as much as happiness comes from 
heaven . . . Voltaire 

Dramatic Club 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Upper Elementary Club 3, Secretary 4; 
WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 



Robert G. May 

882 North Main Street Brockton 
History 
I do not in the least object to a sport because it is rough 
. . . T. Roosevelt 

Baseball 1, 2; MAA 1, 2, 3, President 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Sportive Gentry 2, 3, 4; Sophomore 
Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



John R. McGowan 

291 Court Street Brockton 
Social Studies 
I will hold forth the right hand of fellowship . . . Coleridge 
Campus Comment 3; MA A 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Newman Club 1; SCA 4; Sportive Gentry 2, 3; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Norman F. McGowan 

6 Gardner Avenue Woburn 

History 

Seriousness and merriment are near neigh- 



bors 



Brown 



Campus Comment 2, Sports Editor 3, 4; 
Dramatic Club 1; French Club 1. 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 
1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Sportive Gentry 1, 2, 
3, 4; Tennis 3, Captain 4. 






Caroline McPeck 

41 Morse Avenue Dedham 
Physical Education 
A merry heart doeth good like medicine 
. . . Proverbs 

Dormitory Council 4; PEM Club 1. 2, 3. 4; 
SCA 3; Sportive Gentry 1; Woodward 
Secretary 4; WRA 1, 2, Board 3, Vice 
President 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior 
Jubilee. 



Gerald F. McVey 

1 Alna Place East Boston 
History 
Fight the good fight of faith . . . New Testament 
Audio-Visual Club 1; Basketball 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; 
MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Newman 
Club 1, 4, President 2, 3; Soccer 4; Sportive Gentry 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Richard C. Meserve 

66 Progress Street Abington 
Earth Science 
For all knowledge and wonder is an impression of pleasure 
in itself . . . Bacon 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3; Sportive Gentry 1, 2. 



Andrew Miller 

2 Center Street Easton 
History 
Let each man do his best . . . Shakespeare 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; 
MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 
Treasurer 4; Soccer 3, 4; Sportive Gentry 
3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 





Charles Moore 

195 Pleasant Street Bridgewater 
Math — Science 
In quietness and in confidence shall be 
your strength . . . Old Testament 
Alpha Assistant Business Manager 3; MAA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 3; 
Soccer Assistant Manager 1, 2, 3; Sportive 
Gentry 1, 2, 3. 



Patricia Moore 

21 Enterprise Street Brockton 

Elementary 

Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit . . . Fielding 

Glee Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Jubilee. 



ROWENA MOREY 

Wood Thrush Lane Cummington 
Kindergarten — Primary 
Merriment comes in sparks, joy in flashes, and happiness 
in lightnings . . . Anonymous 

Bridgewater ACE 1, 2, 3, First Vice President 4; Christian 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper Elementary Club 4; WRA 1. 



Barry Moriarty 

31 Burch Street Arlington 
Earth Science 
He that would England win. Must with 
Ireland first begin . . . Bohn 
Campus Comment Advertising Manager 1, 
Business Manager 2, Executive Editor 3, 
4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1; 
MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1: SCA 3, 4; Soccer 1; 



Sportive Gentry 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Jubilee. 




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Alice Murphy 

18 North Street Hyannis 
Elementary 
A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and 
most divinely fair . . . Tennyson 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 
1, 3, Costume Director 2, Director 4; Red 
Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodward Vice 
President 4; WRA 1. 2, 4. Board 3. 



Walter E. Murphy 

41 Leavitt Street Brockton 
English 
There is no substitute for thorough-going, ardent, and 
sincere earnestness . . . Dickens 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Campus Government 3, 4; Golf 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1. 2. 
3, 4; Soccer 1; Sportive Gentry 4. 



Winifred G. Murray 

198 Sycamore Street New Bedford 
Elementary 
Gay and fresh as a rose upon a stalk . . . Brown 
Alpha Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Campus Comment 2; 
Dormitory Council 2; Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Librarian 2; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 2, 3, Secretary 
4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4, Vice President 3; SCA 4; Sportive 
Gentry 2; Woodward House Board 2; WRA 1, 2; Sopho- 
more Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Marian E. Nelson 

59 Grant Avenue Brockton 
Kindergarten — Primary 
Milder than the silent sea, more dulcet 
than a zephyr . . . Plautus 

Bridgewater ACE 3, 4. 





Mary T. O'Brien 

175 Adams Street New Bedford 
Elementary 
He believes, that lives according to his 
belief . . . Anonymous 
Bridgewater ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper Elementary Club 
1, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 
4; WRA 1; Sophomore Showboat; Junior 
Jubilee. 




Patricia O'Connor 

66 South Fuller Street Brockton 
Elementary 
To be beautiful and to be calm is the ideal of nature 
... Jefferies 

Day Student Council 2; Newman Club 1. 



Joan Park 

81 Calumet Street New Bedford 
Math — Science 
Whatever you do, work at it from the heart . . . Colossians 
Alpha Assistant Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4; Christian Fel- 
lowship 2, 3, 4; Dormtiory Council 2, Treasurer 4; Glee 
Club 1; Kappa Delta Pi 4; WRA 1, 2, 4, Assistant Record- 
ing Secretary 3; Sophomore Showboat. 




Marilyn Paul 

55 Huntington Street Brockton 
Elementary 
Among good things . . . the quiet life doth 
most abound . . . Ray 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show- 
boat. 




Mary Ann Pedone 

35 Leyden Street East Boston 

Physical Education 

I shall light a candle of understanding in 

thine heart, which shall not be put out 

. . . Esdras 

Newman Club 1, 4; PEM Club 1, 2, 4, 
Publicity Director 3; WRA 1, 2, Board 
3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 




Nancy Pellegrini 

46 Stafford Street Plymouth 
English — Library 
Manners . . . the final and perfect flower of noble 
character . . . Winter 

Dramatic Club 1; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Newman Club 1, 2; 
Upper Elementary Club 1; WRA 1. 



Barbara L. Perkins 

55 Maple Avenue East Bridgewater 
Elementary 
Music is love in search of a word . . . Lanier 
Campus Comment 2, 3; Cheerleader 3; Christian Fellow- 
ship 3; Glee Club 2, Accompanist 3, 4, President 4; 
Library Committee Secretary 3, 4; WRA 1; Sophomore 
Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Ann Peters 

Truro Road Wellfleet 
English 
I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have 
it all to myself than be crowded on a 
velvet cushion . . . Thoreau 
Bridgewater ACE 1; Campus Comment 
Assistant Editor 4; Newman Club 3, 4; 
Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Upper 
Elementary Club 3, 4; WRA 1, 2. 





Anthony P. Peters 

Truro Road Wellfleet 
Elementary 
He only is a great man who can neglect 
the applause of the multitude, and enjoy 
himself independent of its favor . . . Steele 
Class President 4; Dramatic Club 1; MAA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1; Red Cross Club 3, 4; SCA 4; 
Sportive Gentry 4; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 



Janice H. Phelps 

12 Sylvia Street South Acton 
Physical Education 
Reason and judgment are the proper qualities of a leader 
. . . Tacitus 

Dormitory Council 4; PEM Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; 
Woodward Treasurer 4; WRA 1, Assistant Treasurer 2, 
Treasurer 3, Board 4; Sophomore Showboat; Junior 
Jubilee. 



Doris A. Pkimeau 

79 Linden Street New Bedford 
General Science 
Gentle in method, strong in performance . . . Aquaveva 
Campus Comment 2, 3; Dormitory Council 4; French Club 
1, 3, 4, President 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Tillinghast 
House Board 4: WRA 1. 



Mary A. Puglisi 

8 Cornish Street Lawrence 
Kindergarten — Primary 
God is with those who persevere . . . The 
Koran 

Bridgewater ACE 1, 2, 3, Second Vice 
President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper Elementary 
Club 3, 4; WRA 1; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 




Mary Regan 

86 Bedford Street New Bedford 
Elementary 
Born with a gift of laughter . . . Sabatine 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Upper 
Elementary Club 4; WRA 1; Sophomore 
Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Ann Robbins 

5 Crest Avenue Melrose 
Elementary 
Good sense is at the bottom of everything: virtue, genius, 
wit, talent, and taste . . . Chenier 

Campus Comment 3; Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 4, Corres- 
ponding Secretary 3; Dormitory Council President 4; 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Modern Dance 
Club 2, 4, Secretary 3; SCA 4; Sportive Gentry 3; WRA 
4, Board 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Emma N. Romano 

3231 Washington Street Jamaica Plain 

English 

The seal of truth is simplicity . . . Boerhaave 

Bridgewater ACE 3; Dramatic Club 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 

3, 4; Public Relations Committee 3, 4; WRA 1. 



Ann Scally 

213 Oak Street Randolph 

Elementary 

So of cheerfulness, or of good temper, the 

more it is spent, the more of it remains 

. . . Emerson 

Bridgewater ACE 2; Modern Dance Club 
3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 
Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; WRA 2, 3; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 








Arline M. Schatz 

Moraine Street Marshfield 
Elementary 
A work of art is the unique result of a 
unique temperament . . . Wilde 
Alpha Art Editor 4; Christian Fellowship 
1, 2, 3; Dormitory Council Secretary 4; 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sportive Gentry 4; Upper Elementary Club 
1, 2; WRA 1, 2, 3; Publicity Director 4; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Ann Schilling 

65 Pembroke Street Kingston 
Elementary 
The way to be happy is to make others so . . . Ingersoll 
. Garden Club 3, President 4; Sophomore Showboat. 



Doreen Schmidt 

86 Lake Street Athol 
Elementary 

A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest 

men . . . Anonymous 

Dramatics Club 1, Program Director 2; Newman Club 1; 

Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 4; Upper Elementary Club 

1, 2, Secretary 3; WRA 1, 2; Sophomore Showboat; Junior 

Jubilee. 






Harriet A. Schroeder 

11 Brae Road Quincy 
Elementary 
In cpjietness and confidence shall be 
strength . . . Isaiah 

Christian Fellowship 4; Red Cross Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; SCA Secretary 4; Upper Ele- 
mentary Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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Wilma Baker Schultz 

249 Main Street Bridgewater 
Kindergarten — Primary 

To love and be beloved, this is the good, 
which for most sovereign all the world 
will prove . . . Alexander 
Bridgewater ACE 4; Canterbury Club 4; 
Public Relations Committee 2; Red Cross 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 1. 



Patricia Seamans 

32 Chestnut Street Whitman 
Elementary 

How far that little candle throws its beams . . . Shakespeare 

Dramatic Club 1. 2; Upper Elementary Club 3; WRA 1. 



Betty Smith 

119 Water Street Framingham 
Physical Education 
In fellowship well could she laugh and talk . . . Chaucer 
PEM Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show- 
boat; Junior Jubilee. 



Theresa Dufresne Smith 

396 Grove Street Fall River 
Elementary 
Grace in women is the secret charm that 
draws the soul into its circle, and binds 
a spell around it forever . . . Hazlitt 
Cheerleader 1; Dormitory Council 2; Glee 
Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Red Cross 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodward House Board 
2; WRA 1, 2. 





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Eleanor M. Sondeen 

805 Warren Avenue Brockton 
Elementary 
But to act, that each tomorrow find us 
farther than today . . . Longfellow 
Day Student Council 1, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 
3, 4; Library Committee 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Club 4; SCA 3; 
WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 




Judith H. Steinberg 

30 Crescent Street Rockland 
Elementary 
Give to the world the best you have, and the best will 
come back to you . . . Bridges 

Bridgewater ACE 3, 4; Menorah Club 1, 2, Secretary- 
Treasurer 3, 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Beverly M. Sullivan 

Whetstone Hill Road Somerset 
English 
Life is earnest . . . Longfellow 
Alpha Literary Editor 4; Chapel Committee 3; Christian 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 
4; Library Committee 3, Chairman 4; SCA 3, 4; WRA 
1, 2, 3, 4. 






Eileen A. Sullivan 

298 Grinnell Street Fall River 

Elementary 

As he thinketh in his heart so is he 

. . . Proverbs 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Club 

1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 3; Upper Elementary Club 

2, 3, 4; Woodward House Board 4; WRA 

3, 4, Board 1, 2; Sophomore Showboat; 
Junior Jubilee. 





Vincent P. Sullivan 

21 Pelican Road Quincy 
History 
A good mind possesses a kingdom . . . 
Seneca 

Campus Comment Circulation Manager 3, 
4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; MAA 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1: 
Sportive Gentry 2, 3. 4; Sophomore Show- 
boat; Junior Jubilee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 



Rosemary P. Sweeney 

Box 209 East Wareham 
Kindergarten — Primary 
How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it 
. . . Elliston 

Bridgewater ACE 1, 2. 3. 4; Newman Club 1. 2, 3. 4; 
WRA 1. 



June Tammi 

41 Detsen Street Dorchester 
Physical Education 
They are never alone that are accompanied with noble 
thoughts . . . Sidney 

Christian Fellowship 1, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; PEM Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 




Marilyn Thayer 

Baptist Corner Road Ashfield 
Physical Education 
An ounce of wit is worth a pound of sor- 
row . . . Baxter 

Christian Fellowship 1, 3, 4; PEM Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, Board 4; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 




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Priscilla Tripp 

35 Perry Hill Road Acushnet 
Elementary 
My mind's my kingdom . . . Quarles 
Assembly Committee 3, 4; Bridgewater 
ACE 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Treas- 
urer 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 2, 3; Upper 
Elementary Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; 
WRA 1. 



Judith A. Tromblay 

58 Berbay Circle Springfield 
English 
Mind moves matter . . . Virgil 
Assembly Committee 1, 2, 4, Chairman 3; Campus Com- 
ment 2, 3, 4; Class Vice President 2; Dormitory Council 2; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Library Committee 2, Chairman 3; 
Newman Club 1, 2; SCA 1, 2, 3, President 4; Woodward 
House Board 2; Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Charles E. Valine 

325 Gannett Road North Scituate 
History 
Without music life would be a mistake . . . Nietzsche 
Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4; Chapel Committee 2, 3; Civic 
Committee 2; MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Public Relations Committee 2, Chairman 3, 4; SCA 3, 4. 



Shirley A. Vogel 

3 Phillips Street Beverly 
English — Library 
Her ways are ways of pleasantness, And all 
her paths are peace . . . Proverbs 
Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic 
Club 3, 4; Wesley Club 1, 2; WRA 1, 2, 
3, 4. 





Aleta C. VokeY 

93 Indian Head Street Hanson 
Elementary 
She saw the cities of many men and knew 
their manners . . . Homer 
Christian Fellowship 2; Glee Club 2; 
Upper Elementary Club 4. 




Barbara A. Vose 

518 Lowell Street Methuen 
English — Library 
Action is the proper fruit of knowledge . . . Fuller 
Campus Comment 3, 4; Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Vice President 1, 3; Dormitory Council 2; French 
Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Orchestra 
1, 2; Public Relations Committee 2, 3, 4; SCA First Vice 
President 4; Sportive Gentry Music Director 3, 4; Wood- 
ward House Board 2; Sophomore Showboat. 



Mary C. Walsh 

414 Rodney French Boulevard New Bedford 
Elementary 
It is impossible to enjoy idling thoroughly unless one has 
plenty of work to do . . . Jerome 

Dormitory Council Vice President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 
President 4; Newman Club 1. 2, 4, Secretary 3; Sportive 
Gentry 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, Assistant Recording Secretary 
4; Sophomore Showboat. 



Priscilla Walters 

Broadway Raynham 
Elementary 
If you have knowledge let others light their 
candle at it . . . Fuller 
Day Student Council 3, Treasurer 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, Historian-Recorder 4; Organ 
Club 3, Secretary 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sophomore Showboat. 






Joan Warrington 

16 Mount Hood Terarce Lynn 

Physical Education 

The heart to conceive, the understanding 

to direct, and the hand to execute . . . 

Junius 

Alpha Sports Editor 4; Christian Fellow- 
ship 1; Dormitory Council Glee Club 1, 
3, 4; PEM Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 2, 4; 
WRA 1, 2, 3, President 4; Junior Jubilee. 



Donna Webster 

155 Florence Road Waltham 
Elementary 
The sky is clear: Thou hast no sorrow in thy song 
. . . Bruce 

Christian Fellowship 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Red Cross 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Upper Elementary Club 2, 3; WRA 1, 2; 
Sophomore Showboat; Junior Jubilee. 



Sandra B. Wiggin 

Tree Tops Hamilton 
Elementary 
Everyday I love you more, today more than yesterday, and 
much less than tomorrow . . . Gerard 

Bridgewater ACE 4; Campus Comment 1; Canterbury 
Uub 2, 3, Secretary 4; Christian Fellowship 1; WRA 1, 2, 
3, 4; Sophomore Showboat. 



Lorraine P. Wiklund 

505 Commercial Street East Braintree 
History 
There is between my will and all offenses 
a guard of patience . . . Shakespeare 
Campus Comment 2, Head Typist 3, 4; 
Christian Fellowship 3; Dormitory Council 
4; Dramatic Club 2; Kappa Delta Pi 4; 
Modern Dance Club 3, Treasurer 4; SCA 
4; Sportive Gentry 4; Woodward House 
Board 4; WRA 2, Board 3. 





Allen Winecour 

161 Garland Street Everett 
History 
The secret of success is constancy to pur- 
pose . . . Disraeli 

Campus Comment 1; French Club 2, 3. 
Reporter 4; MAA 1. 2. 3. 4: Menorah 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Men's Club 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Public Relations Committee 3, 4; Sportive 
Gentry 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Eugene A. Kennedy 

Lakeville 
Elementary 

Let care go down the wind . . . Stoddard 
MAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sportive Gentry 1. 



Lincoln S. Tripp 

Driftwood Westport 
English — Library 
Peace rules the day, where reason rules 
the mind . . . Collins 

Christian Fellowship 1. 2, 3; MAA 1, 2. 
3, 4; Men's Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 1. 
Librarian 2, 3. 



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Welcome, Juniors, 
Sophomores, 
Freshmen . . 



Junior Class Officers 

A. M. Spillane, Treasurer; H. Cannon, Secretary: 
C. Whaley. Vice President; G. Getchell, President. 





B-I — First row, left to right: A. Collins, B. Reed, H. Dounelis, E. Perkins,' L. Johnson. C. Comeau 
E. Brainard, M. Damon, M. Christian. Second row: A. Lander, D. Shaw, A. Nuttall. P. Hickey. 
J. Andre, A. Readdy. J. Braithwaite, G. Getchell. J. Casson. Third row: A. Ruhin. S. Olson 
R. Dickie. J. O'Brien. N. Burgess. R. Pierce. R. Botelho. 





B-If — First row. left to right: M. Gearin. P. Thomas, P. Rafter. J. Marchant. S. Farrar. N. Mission. 
J. Whitehouse, J. Barry. Second row: M. Chase, M. A. Peters. S. Williams. G. Blanchette. M. A. 
Sherman. J. Tynan, M. Hitchcock. A. M. Splaine. Third row: R. Simmons. B. Ellis. G. Cavanaugh. 
D. Soule. L. Williams. H. Allen. J. Uva. 







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B-III — First row, left to right: J. Carando, E. Bowen, M. Chooljian, P. Armstrong. Second row: 
P. Ryan, M. Brady, A. Chase, N. Burns, C. Whaley, L. Richard, B. Roach, J. Prenda, R. Cowan. 
Third row: B. Tunstall, H. Pottern, L. Twitchell, G. Dearden, B. Churbuck, H. Poole, H. Sullivan, 
C. Dennehy, A. Proyous, H. Cannon, P. Crowley. Fourth row: B. Castelejo, F. Camara, C. Baldyga. 
P. Andrews, C. Scagliarini, A. M. Spillane, V. Turner, R. Meyers, A. Wilberding, P. Callahan, 
A. Haynes, J. Allison, M. Sullivan. 





B-IV — First row, left to right: B. Noyes, H. Domingos, P. Neagus, B. Keyes, E. Marsden, S. 
Greene, M. Lemos. M. LoCicero. Second row: J. Gagne, A. Fitzsinimons, A. Pereira, G. Kannaly, 
P. Mandeville. 




B-X — First row. left to right: M. B. Barker. E. Farren. R. Appleby. A. Merten. J. O'Connor 
S. McPeck. M. Seminatore. L. Hubbard. Second row: K. Sullivan. P. Zbikowski. E. Robidoux. 
R. Barss. J. Shea. J. LaRhette. B. Ricard, L. Hebert, E. Stocks. 




Sophomore Class Officers 

R. Seguin, President; T. Yanak, Vice President; 
A. Southwood, Secretary: B. M. Taylor. Treasurer. 



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C-I — First row, left to right: D Mooers, C. Alexander, D. Mahoney, B. M. Moulton, M. E. Buckley, 
B. Shire, P. Farrell, M. Jackson, M. Kucinskas. Second row: R. Dansereau, E. Cadorette. 
J. Lonergan, D. White, G. Wentzell, R. Callan, A. Cullati, D. Flynn, A. Mayers, J. Callow, 
N. Landry. Third row: W. Snow, J. Shanahan. J. Kelleher, P. Svensen, T. Yanak, J. Goodwin. 
P. Callis, J. Sheehan, M. Severance, J. Fletcher, T. Stokinger, H. Daley. R. Huhtanen. 




C-ll— First row. left to right: N. Stage. L. Cassidy. B. Benders. J. Cowe, V. Healy. J. Mahon, D. 
Vadeboncoeur. S. Fargen. Second row: D. Cardoza. M. Thayer. F. Kenney. N. Hollertz. K. Riordan. 
J. Barron. M. Edwards. M. Kelleher. B. Pierce. E. Gentile. Third row: J. Robbins, L. Apostolon. 
J. Beaudry. W. Bennett. V. Hughes. R. Seguin. G. Looney. 




C-III — First row, left to right: M. Malone, P. Dunham, N. Monbleau, K. Sullivan. Second row: 
F. Carpenter, E. Cowgill, C. North, J. Hadalski. V. Riley, J. Rodman, N. Fries, M. Fitzsimmons, 
J. Ferioli. Third row: A. Holmes, J. Bladen, A. Adams, J. Conant, C. Xifaras, M. E. Kenney, 
M. A. Hanson. C. Troesch. J. Bryant, S. Clarridge. E. Brown. N. Hjelm. I. Dygas. Fourth row: 
L. McNally, A. Closuit. R. Millett, J. Kelleher, J. Tripp. J. Colford. J. Fletcher, P. Sargent. 
C. Sansone, R. Dansereau, D. Walsh. 




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C-IV — First row, left to right: B. Ventura. M. Lyons. A. Richardson. D. Brock. N. Paiva. E. Ken- 
ney, C. Miller, S. Whitaker. I. Kiley. Second row: R. E. Shepard. T. Dube. J. Morin. B. Schlimper. 
R. Kearney, E. Kilgrew, C. Webster, T. Botelho. R. Southwick. K. Henri. N. Pozzo, J. Silvia. 
Third row: A. Resca. J. Rice. M. Butler. I. Gomes. R. Scamporino. H. Gullich. B. Nichols, P. 
Miller, H. Bodel, M. Fee. N. Duarte, B. Atwood. C. Splaine. 







C-V — First row, left ot right: M. Young, A. Wilson, J. Anderson, L. Tupper, E. Tormey, A. Thurs- 
ton, B. Blute, B. Berg, M. Garvey. Second row: M. Keefe, L. MacCrae, J. Kendall, J. A. MacLean, 
B. M. Taylor, E. Pepi, N. Tindall, J. Neville, C. Erickson, F. Cormier, M. White. Third row: 
J. Hinkley, S. Hayward, K. Cronin, B. Maynard, F. Hubert, H. Carmichael, E. Liapis, C. McAfee, 
M. Crowley, A. M. Zanazzo, R. Doherty, V. Schenk, J. Jensen. 




C-X — First row, left to right: S. Quinn, J. Keyes, M. McGowan, V. Goodnow, E. Tripp, E. Peter- 
son, C. Stoker, E. Maimaron. Second row: M. A. Silva, N. Smith, M. Nunes, J. Benevides, 
C. Sheldon, S. Dolber, A. Berardi. Third row: P. Bouchard, A. Remick, B. Douthwright, K. Fair, 
J. Russell, P. Clark, S. Conrad. 




Freshman Class Officers 

E. McS weeny, Secretary; E. Jose, Vice President; 
J. Turner, President; L. Richardson, Treasurer. 




D-I — First row, left to right: J. Klocko, P. White, H. Flangheddy, E. Oxner, T. Swartz, C. Sniffin, 
A. Perkins, M. J. Mello, C. Major. Second row: M. Silvia. F. Roscoe, R. Silva. C. O'Byrne. 
D. Terry, J. Tower, B. Spence, L. Cavanaugh, J. King. Third row: D. Bannan. J. Keenneally. 
J. Lombard, A. Dahill, G. Morris, J. Noble, D. Smith. 




D-II — First row. left to right: B. Tilton. D. Wishnefskv. D. Correia. A. DuBreiul. Second row: 
S. Hallett, C. Ford, J. Creed, J. Mclntire, E. Griffin, J. Sullivan, J. Zeeland, A. McNamara, 
C. McClellan. Third row: P. Jenkins, F. Papazoni, J. Krocta, B. Sharpies, J Morrison, R. Logvin. 
E. Cardoza, B. Babcock, J. Tuttle, B. Christensen, S. Nickerson, P. Stark, J. Infusino, M. Mattos. 
Fourth row: R. Lombardi, D. Beurman, D. Ketcham, J. Carli, W. Doyle. D. Blunt, J. Ruffini. 
A. Souza, H. Alden, J. Connors, H. Dionne, W. Croke, P. Barrett. 




D-III — First row, left to right: R. Rosenblatt. R. Wade. R. Cummings. W. Garvey. W. Pelton. 
D. Ward, L. Perry, G. Sanford. Second row: W. Bruno. P. Linehan, M. Duncan. R. Araujo, R. Wil- 
liams. L. Richardson, R. Laraoureux, G. Killory, J. Turner. Third row: G. O'Keefe, D. Salzberg. 
R. Noyes. A. Wonson. W. Brocklesby. E. Quinlan. 




D-IV — First row, left to right: C. Mahoney, B. Cashman, C. Cummings, M. Riley. P. Cleary 
K. McPhee, S. Corey, M. Donahue, C. Mitchell Second row: V.' Olivera, C. O'Shea, C. Leal 
C. Coyle, C. Sowa, N. Burbridge, D. Cornell, B. Brady, P. Clairmont, T. Klein, M. J. Virgona 
A. Smith, M. Iantuoni. Third row: V. Reed, A. Levasseur, M. A. Emery, J. Lyons, E. Sisson 
K. Dineen, D. Whitney. M. Davis. J. Bonafazi. E. McSweeny, D. Coffey, S. Duffy, M. Brown 
E. Doherty. 





D-V — First row, left to right: C. Costa, P. Ruggles, U. Gabbett. A. Messenger. C. McGee. 
C. Dutton, M. Lovell, J. Robinson, J. Burke. Second row: K. Beattie. C. Campbell. M. Viella. 
S. Williams, B. Emery, J. McVicker, C. Tweedie, R. Botseas. A. Roberts, A. Shea. P. Ford. 
A. Guidaboni, J. Churbuck, E. Campbell. Third row: A. Hopp. J. Keith, K. Barry, V. Ainsleigh. 
J. Ek, M. DaMone. D. Rich, N. Dunham, J. Smith. C. Short. C. Lawson. D. d"Entremont, P. 
Anderson. 




D-VI— First row, left to right: L. Naimo, J. McGaw, L. Millett. J. Chambers. M. Heiden. A. Ritter. 
B. Muir, B. Connor. J. Naimo. Second row: A. Fiola. F. Bailey, V. Martin. J. Belcher. J. O'Brien. 
P. Collins. V. Peachy, S. Tuttle. M. Halter, C. Maddon, B. Dennis, A. Glynn. Third row: A. Cough- 
lin. S. Netto, G. Roberts, M. L. Canniff. L. Bailey, D. Spear. A. Foy. J. Swanson. M. Silvia. 
A. Stevens, J. Foote, B. Mello. P. Ward. 





D-X— First row, left to right: C. Still. N. Krukonis. R. Moore. D. Hammond. P. Lang. J. Martin- 
son. B. Anderson. S. Sullivan, D. Loasby. Second row: N. Saba. J. David. A. Martin, P. Mello. 
A. Andersson. P. Kotilainen, R. Petruzzi. M. Sanford. J. Antonucci. M. Maciel. J. Kiley. A. Reardon. 
Third row: S. Gateriewictz, F. Sullivan. A. Farley. R. Jones. F. Brown. I. Neves.' B. Stevens. 
L. Murray. J. Harmon, P. Wood. A. Murphy. 



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SOCCER TEAM 

N.E.T.C.C. CHAMPIONS— S.N.E.C.C. CHAMPIONS 

First row, left to right: J. Ruffini, L. Colombo, J. Andre, R. May, R. Haggerty, S. Benson, 
J. Blanchon, Captain; E. Denton, A. Miller, J. O'Brien, A. Cullati, S. Olson. Second row: Mr. 
Swenson, Coach, B. Gilmetti, T. O'Donnell, R. Callan, A. Pereira, R. Dansereau. D. White. 
G. McVey, G. O'Keefe, D. Brock, R. Millett, J. Tripp, J. Christie, P. Callis, Manager. Third row: 
A. Dahill, H. Goodwin, M. Severance, J. Colford. 



SOCCER 

The 1955 soccer team may be credited with compiling the finest record in the history 
of the school. Led by Captain "Doc" Blanchon, the team amassed an impressive 12-1 
record, and captured both the New England Teachers Colleges' Conference and the 
Southern New England Coastal Conference championships. 

In the course of the season two records of note were set. The old team record of 
twenty-seven goals was supplanted by thirty-four, and Bob May registered a new 
individual scoring mark by scoring fourteen goals in thirteen games. 

With the final game five seniors made their exit from the soccer spotlight: Captain 
Blanchon, Bob May, Andy Miller, Eric Benson, and Jerry McVey. 



THE RECORD 



Alumni 4-3 

Fitchburg . 3-1 

R.I.C.E. 0-1 

Babson Institute 6-0 

Fitchburg 3-2 

New Bedford 3-1 

R.I.C.E 1-0 



Keene 2-0 

Durfee 2-1 

Babson Institute 2-1 

Durfee 3-0 

New Bedford 2-0 

Hillyer College 2-1 




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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 

First row, left to right: Mr. Swenson, Coach, R. Dansereau, P. Sargent. D. Ward, J. Blanchon. 
Captain; J. Andre, A. Nuttall. Second row: J. Colford, Assistant Manager. J. Tripp, B. Rosenblatt. 
W. Garvey, J. O'Brien, B. Gilmetti, E. Denton, J. Shields, Manager. 

BASKETBALL 

Coach Swenson's basketeers, with one of the soundest schedules in recent years, have 
finished their 1955-56 season with a measurable amount of success. 

Sparked by unparalleled determination, the team gave a good account of itself in 
every contest, and ended the season with a praiseworthy record. Aided tremendously 
by freshman stock, the Red and White represented on of the classiest quintets in the 
Teachers College Conference League. Losses were by slight margins, while victories 
often proved to be overwhelming. 

The starting line-up included Captain John Blanchon, Bernie Gilmetti, Joe O'Brien, 
Don Ward, and Paul Sargent. The very capable reserves were Ronald Dansereau, Al 
Nuttall, Bob Rosenblatt, Jim Ruffini, Jack Tripp, Ed Denton, Jack Andre, and 
Bill Garvev. 




JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 

First row. If ft to right: Mr. Swenson. Coach; G. McVey, J. Beaudry. P. Svensen, R. Botelho. 
P. Linehan, L. McMullen. Second row: R. Wade. J. Lombard, W. Garvey. A. Dahill. L. Gouldrup. 
J. Andre. J. Shields, Manager. 




Coach Swenson and Captain 
"Doc" Blanchon 




CHEERLEADERS 

M. Nunes, P. Clark, M. Sullivan. S. 
Quinn. C. Stoker. A. Thurston. A. 
Murphy. 





BASEBALL TEAM 

First row, left to right: G. Getchell, Manager; J. Christie, D. White, J. Blanchon, P. Sprague. 
R. Haggerty, J. Andre, E. Denton, P. Callis, Assistant Manager. Second row: R. Dansereau. 
A. Cullati, E. Benson, Captain; J. Fratianni, P. Sargent, J. Tripp, P. Lane, Mr. Swenson, Coach. 



BASEBALL 

The future is definitely encouraging for the 1956 season of baseball at Bridgewater. 
Piloted by the capable Coach Swenson and Captain Eric Benson, the team looks 
forward to a banner year, in order to make the 1955-56 sports season at B.T.C. a 
complete success. 

Senior team members include Captain Eric Benson, Joe Fratianni, Pete Lane, John 
Blanchon, and Andy Miller. 



THE SCHEDULE 

B.T.C. vs. New Bedford .I.T.T. 
B.T.C. vs. Boston Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. Salem Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. New Britain Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. Willimantic Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. Worcester Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. Fitchburg Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. Lowell Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. Salem Teachers College 
B.T.C. vs. Stonehill College 




Captain "Tl CKER" MrGOWAN 



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Intramurals 



M.A.A. OFFICERS 

J. O'Brien, Treasurer; R. May, Presi 
dent; J. Christie, Secretary. Absent: J 
Lonergan, Vice President. 





MARSHALL SEVERANCE 

Director of Intramurals 



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First row, left to right: R. Meserve, A. Closuit, J. Fralianni. Captain. J. 
Lonergan. Second row: P. Svensen, J. Sheehan. A. Dahill, R. Norton, 
S. Stokinger. 




Left to right: D. Brock. R. Huhtanen, D. White. Captain, 
J. Beaudry, L. Williams, R. Callan. 



First row, left to right: R. Friermouth. G. Killory, Cap- 
tain, C. Reed. R. Wade. Second row: J. Lombard. J. ^ anak. 
J. Camacho. 



Women s Recreation Association 




W.R.A. OFFICERS 

Seated, left to right: K. Sullivan, Second 
Vice President; M. Walsh, Assistant 
Recording Secretary; C. McPeck, First 
Vice President. Standing: A. Schatz, 
Publicity; A. Gil], Recording Secre- 
tary; P. Zbikowski, Assistant Treas- 
urer; R. Appleby, Treasurer; C. Dodd, 
Coresponding Secretary; Joan War- 
rington, President. 




MISS MARY I. CALDWELL 

Faculty Advisor 




W.R.A. Spring Banquet 





W.R.A. Golf 



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W.R.A. Basketball 










WELLESLEY SPORTS DAY REPRESENTATIVES 

Seated, left to right: M. Cunningham, R. Barss, E. Tripp, J. Phelps, Captain. V. Goodnow, 
J. Warrington, A. Remick. Standing: M. A. Silva, A. Berardi, E. Stocks, S. Conrad. B. Ricard. 
A. Creeden, C. Shelton, S. Dolber. 



W.R.A. Supper Hike 




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Clubs and Organizations 



And the night shall be filled with music . . . 





GLEE CLUB 

Front: B. Perkins, President; 
B. Sullivan, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; J. Prenda, Vice Presi- 
dent. Back: M. Young, Li- 
brarian; N. Stage, Librarian. 






ORGAN CLUB 

Left to right: Mr. Foth, Ad- 
visor; P. Mandeville, Vice 
President; P. Walters, Secre- 
tary; J. Goodwin, Treasurer; 
R. Pierce, President. 






My house shall be called a house 
f prayer for all the nations . . . 



CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 

Front: B. M. Taylor, Recording Sec- 
retary; M. Jackson, Corresponding 
Secretary. Back: E. Stocks, Treas- 
urer; B. Reed, President; E. Robi- 
doux, First Vice President; J. 
Shields, Second Vice President. 




MENORAH CLUB 

Left to right: A. Rubin, Vice President; J. Steinberg, 
Secretary-Treasurer; A. Lander, President. 



NEWMAN CLUB 

Front: V. Baldyga, Second Vice President; S. Farrar, 
First Vice President. Back: B. Lopes, Publicity; J. 
Prenda, Treasurer; F. Camara, Secretary; R. Botelho, 
President. 




A teacher affects eternity 



KAPPA DELTA PI 

Left to right: M. Walsh, President; 
B. Barmby, Secretary; P. Walters 
Historian-Recorder; M. Lindsay 
Vice President; P. Tripp, Treasurer 




Front: M. O'Brien, Vice President. Back: P. Tripp 
President; M. L. Hill, Treasurer; A. M. Mason 
Secretary. - 



BRIDGEWATER A. C. E. 

Left to right: C. Splaine, Treasurer; M. Puglisi, 
Second Vice President ; R. Morey. First Vice Presi- 
dent; M. Noe, Corresponding Secretary, H. Cannon. 
President. Absent: E. Marsden, Recording Secretary. 



The friendship of 
the many . . . 



DORMITORY COUNCIL 

Left to right: M. Walsh, Vice 
President; A. Schatz, Secretary; 
J. Park, Treasurer; A. Robbins, 
President. 





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WOODWARD HOUSE OFFICERS 

Front: A. Murphy, Vice President; J. Phelps, Treas- 
urer. Back: N. Goyetche, President; C. McPeck, 
Secretary. 



Activity to answer needs 



FRENCH CLUB 

Left to right: M. Brady, First 
Vice President; J. Allison, Sec 
retary; M. A. Peters, President 
M. Hitchcock, Second Vice Presi 
dent; C. Girard, Librarian. Ab 
sent: L. Twitchell, Treasurer 
M. Chase, Reporter. 




DAY STUDENT COUNCIL 



Front: J. Cowe, Assistant Treasurer; M. Lindsay, 
President. Back: M. Keefe, Assistant Secretary; 
P. Walters, Treasurer; J. Gagne, Secretary. Absent: 
R. Cowan, Vice President. 



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Bound by some particular 
interest . . . 



DRAMATIC CLUB 

Left to right: B. Moulton, Secretary; 
A. Cnase, President; A. Proyous, Treas- 
urer; J. Allison* Vice President. 




CAMPUS COMMENT 

Front: R. Bachmann, Photographer; B. Moriarty, 
Editor; H. LeBlanc, Business Manager; A. Kula, 
Assistant News Editor; V. Sullivan, Circulation Man- 
ager. Back: R. Botelho, Advertising Manager; N. 
McGowan, Sports Editor. 



Front: A. Murphy, Director. Back: W. Murray, Sec- 
retary; G. Hutchinson, Assistant Director; A. Mer- 
ten, Publicity; L. Wiklund, Treasurer. Absent: B. 
Berg, Costumes; C. Stoker, Music. 




We are interested in others . . . 



AUDIO- VISUAL CLUB 

Front: R. Bachmann, Chief; J. Braithwaite, Treas- 
urer. Back : Mr. Rosen, Advisor ; A. Lander, C. Haller, 
R. Botelho, L. Apostolon. Absent: R. Simmons, Sec- 
retary. 




Front: J. Phelps, President; J. Haslett, 
Program Chairman; H. Brown, Treas- 
urer. Back: M. McGowan, Publicity; 
L. Hubbard, Vice President; E. Stocks, 
Secretary. 




Junior 




1955 Sportive Gentry Production 



Opening each act are the peppy 
Yahoo cheerleaders. 




The plot thickens as sweet and 
shy Cindy Lu arrives at the 
school, brought there by her hi. 
billy, mountain dew-brewing 
family. 




The title song, "Campus Moon," 
is sung by Ronnie and his new 
sweetheart, Cindy Lu, with a 
chorus of Observation Hill lovers. 



Campus Moon 



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Looking for the hillbillies that 
"watered down the hooch," the 
bootleggers trace Pappy to the 
college. 



Time off from studies on this 
carefree campus as the chorus 
does the "Yahoo Drag." 




Pamela tells Imogene about her 
plan to get Ronnie back from 
Cindy Lu. 





Ronnie goes in to win the game 
after being dejected and disin- 
terested. The boys celebrate by 
serenading their flapper "sou- 
veneers." 



All ends well with Yahoo win- 
ning the first game in sixteen 
years because of Ronnie's efforts, 
and the Campus Moon shines 
again. 




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Junior Class 



ALLEN, HARRY— 579 North Main Street, Brockton 
ALLISON, JANET— 32 Ann Vinal Road, Egypt 
ANDRE, JOHN— 74 Wall Street, Bridgewater 
ANDREWS, PATRICIA— 122 Newbury Avenue, North Quincy 
APPLEBY, RUTH— 344 Oliver Street, New Bedford 
ARMSTRONG, PHYLLIS— Boardman Street, Sheffield 
BALDYGA, CONSTANCE— 183 Covel Street, Fall River 
BARKER, MARY BELLE— Depot Avenue, South Harwich 
BARSS, ROBERTA— 62 Revere Street, Canton 
BARRY, JUDITH— 18 Grenwold Road, Quincy 
BENT, HAROLD— 149 Grove Street, East Bridgewater 
BLANCHETTE, GERALD— 362 Tarkiln Hill Road, New Bed- 
ford 
BOLLEN, MARJORIE— 338 Granite Street, Quincy 
BOTELHO, RICHARD— 177 William Street, Fall River 
BOWEN, ELLEN— 36 Veery Road, Attleboro 
BRADY, MARLENE— 276 Gray Street, Arlington 
BRA1NARD, ELSIE— 15 Grafton Avenue, Milton 
BRAITHWAITE, JOHN— 3 Emma Street, New Bedford 
BURGESS, NORMAN— P.O. Box 56, Kingston 
BYRNES, NATALIE— 9 Columbia Road, Beverly 
CALLAHAN, PAULINE— Furnace Street, Marshfield 
CALLAGHAN, KATHERINE— 934 Middle Street, Fall River 
CAMARA, FLORENCE— 320 Oliver Street, New Bedford 
CANNON, HARRIET— Lincoln Hill, Wareham 
CARANDO, JOSEPHINE— 716 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford 
CASSON, JOYCE— 51 Depot Street, East Wareham 
CASTELEJO, BARBARA— 32 Jean Street, Acushnet 
CAVANAUGH, GERALD— 49 Norfolk Street, Weymouth 
CHASE, ANN— 335 Main Street, Fairhaven 
CHASE, MARION— Union Street, East Pepperell 
CHOOLJIAN, MARJORIE— 238 Lawrence Street, Haverhill 
CHRISTIAN, MARILYN— Main Road, Cataumet 
CHRISTIE, JAMES— 10 Church Street, Natick 
CHURBUCK, BARBARA— 111 Bedford Street, Bridgewater 



COLLINS, AVIS— 20 Porter Street, Brockton 
COMEAU, CONSTANCE— 212 Wilmarth Street, Attleboro 
CORREIA, EDWARD— 15 Cleveland Street, New Bedford 
COWAN, RUTH— 80 Copeland Street, Brockton 
CREEDEN, ANNE— Water Street, North Pembroke 
CRONIER, ROY— 339 Lakeside Drive, Bridgewater 
CROWLEY, PHYLLIS— 263 Waverly Street, Belmont 
DAMON, MARCIA— Pleasant Street, Marshfield Hills 
DEARDEN, GRACE— 114 Mt. Vernon -Street, New Bedford 
DENNEHY, CLAIRE— 35 Kensington Road, Weymouth 
DENTON, EDWIN— 1118 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater 
DICKIE, ROBERT— 15 Loud Avenue, Weymouth 
DOMINGOS, HELEN— 163 Eagle Street, Fall River 
DOUNELIS, HELEN— 97 Highland Street, Brockton 
DUNN, ANN— 309 Linden Street, Fall River 
ELLIOTT, DOROTHY— 72 Park Street, Braintree 
ELLIS, BRUCE— 68 Purchase Street, Dighton 
FARRAR, SALLY— 360 Main Street, Groveland 
FARREN, ELLEN— 146 Snell Street, Fall River 
FERRARA, ELEANOR— 644 Central Avenue, Needham 
FITZSIMMONS, ANN— 108 Broadway, Taunton 
FOLEY, JOSEPH^119 Union Street, New Bedford 
FOURNIER, JOSEPH— 194 Belleville Avenue, New Bedford 
GAGNE, JANET— 754 Main Street, Brockton 
GARIPPA, PHILIP— 19 Washington Street, Whitman 
GAULKE, DORIS— 234 Whitman Street, New Bedford 
GUERIN, MARIE— 209 Center Avenue, Abington 
GETCHELL, GARY— 7 Garland Street, Lynn 
GILL, AUDREY— 345 Chestnut Street, Gardner 
GOLDEN, CAROLE— 147 Wilson Avenue, Wollaston 
GREENE, SALLY— Main Street, Barnstable 
HAGGERTY, ROBERT— 1188 Globe Street, Fall River 
HEBERT, LOIS— 21 Lincoln Avenue, Attleboro 
HICKEY, PAUL— Off 15 Abington Street, Hingham 
HITCHCOCK, MARTHA— 28 Mayflower Road, Springfield 



Junior Class 



HAYNES, ANN— 82 Faxon Lane, Quincy 
HUBBARD, LEE— 21 Webster Street, Islington 
JOHNSON, LOIS— 218 Lowell Street, Wakefield 
JOHNSON, MARION— Oxford Road, Dudley 
KANNALY, VIRGINIA— 34 Elinor Road, South Weymouth 
KEYES, BETTY— 5 Howland Court, North Easton 
KONSTANTAKOS, GREGORY— 29 Holly Street, New Bedford 
KUCINSKAS, ADELLA— 738 Washington Street, Stoughton 
LANDER, ALAN— 34 Rock Avenue, Swampscott 
LARHETTE, JACQUELINE— Thayer Street, Hopedale 
LEMOS, MARGARET— Horseneck Road, Dartmouth 
LEWIS, WILLIAM— 46 President Road, Weymouth 
LOCICERO, MARIE— 32 Station Street, Quincy 
LOPES, BARBARA— 802 Whetstone Hill Road, Somerset 
MANDEVILLE, PATRICIA— 256 East Main Street, Avon 
MARCHANT, JEAN— 31 Fourth Avenue, Weymouth 
MARSDEN, ELEANOR— 342 Spring Street, North Dighton 
McAULIFFE, ANN— 58 Brook Street, Scituate 
McDONALD, HAROLD^2 Mt. Pleasant Square, Randolph 
McPECK, SUSANNE^l Morse Avenue, Dedham 
MERTEN, ANN— 127 Pond Street, Natick 
MEYERS, RUTH— 35 Curtis Street, Egypt 
MISSION, NANCY— 58 Holyoke Street, North Quincy 
MURPHY, R. ELAINE— Main Street, Yarmouthport 
NEAGUS, PATRICIA— 98 Aquidneck Street, New Bedford 
NOE, MILDRED— 117 Dutcher Street, Hopedale 
NOYES, BETTY— 59 North Main Street, Avon 
NUTTALL, ALBERT— 11 Union Street, Taunton 
O'BRIEN, JOSEPH— 643 Pleasant Street, Canton 
O'CONNOR, JOAN— 315 Walnut Street, Dedham 
O'DONNELL, TERRENCE— 28 Cleveland Avenue, Brockton 
OLIVEIRA, IRENE— 115 Mulberry Street, Fall River 
OLSON, STUART— 18 Old County Road, Hingham 
PEPE, WILLIAM— 55 Humphrey Street, Weymouth 
PEREIRA, AUGUST— 159 St. Mary's Street, Fall River 
PERKINS, EILEEN— 163 West River Street, Orange 
PETERS, MARY ANN— 389 Davis Street, New Bedford 
PICCIRILLI, JOHN— 55 Loring Street, Hyde Park 
PIERCE, RICHARD— Kings Highway, West Wareham 
POOLE, HARRIETTE— Menemsha Cross Road, Chilmark 
POTTERN, HOPE— 170 Prospect Street, Springfield 
PRENDA, JOAN— 1274 Rodman Street, Fall River 
PROYOUS, AGNES— 733 Broadway, Fall River 
RAFTER, PATRICIA— 19 Caswell Street, East Taunton 
READDY, ALBERT— P. 0. Box 552, South Duxbury 
REED, BARBARA— Spring Street, Essex 

RICARD, BARBARA— 85 Metropolitan Park Avenue, Seekonk 
RICHARD, LORRAINE— 61 Crescent Street, Whitman 
ROACH, ELIZABETH-^50 Morton Street, Stoughton 
ROBIDOUX, ELEANOR— South Maple Street, Brookfield 
RUBIN, ALVIN— East Hodges Street, Norton 
RYAN, PATRICIA— 92 Pacific Street, Rockland 
SCAGLIARINI, CAROL-407 Main Street, Hanson 
SAMINATORE, MARIE— 10A Flagg Street, Woburn 
SHAW, DAVID— 55 Holmes Street, Brockton 
SHEA, JOAN — 1 Snow Terrace, Somerville 
SHERMAN, MARY ANN^17 Glenwood Street, Brooklyn 
SHIELDS, JOHN— 11 Forest Avenue, Everett 
SIMMONS, ROBERT— 6 Franklin Street, Plymouth 
SOULE, DONALD— 85 Fremont Street, Bridgewater 
SPILLANE, ANN MARIE— 275 Boylston Street, Brockton 
SPLAINE, ANN MARIE— 243 Nesmith Street, Lowell 



STOCKS, BETTY— 85 Oak Street, Natick 
SULLIVAN, HELEN— P. 0. Box 5, Somerset 
SULLIVAN, JUDITH— 141 Prospect Street, East Longmeadow 
SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN— Carl Avenue, Hyannis 
SULLIVAN, MARGARET— 583 Robeson Street, Fall River 
THOMAS, PATRICIA— 85 Torrey Avenue, Brockton 
TUNSTALL, BEVERLY— 81 Francis Street, Fairhaven 
TURNER, VIRGINIA— Main Street, Lakeville 
TWITCHELL, LOIS— 57 Hillsdale Road, Arlington 
TYNAN, JEANNE— 63 Center Street, North Easton 
UVA, JOHN— 248 South Street, Holbrook 
WHALEY, CHARLENE— 23 Wales Avenue, Brockton 
WHITE, EDWARD— 22 Palmer Street, Weymouth 
WHITEHOUSE, JANICE— 23 Brook Terrace, Weymouth 
WILBERDING, ANN— Vineyard Haven 
WILLIAMS, LEE— Foundry Street, North Easton 
WILLIAMS, SALLIE— 5 Farmer Street, Nantucket 
YOUNG, NORMAN-^71 Flagg Street, Bridgewater 
ZBIKOWSKI, PATRICIA— 24 Jackson Hill Road, Gardner 

Sophomore Class 

ADAMS, ANNE— 105 Union Street, Bridgewater 
ALEXANDER, CAROL— 10 Charles Street, West Bridgewater 
ALSEN, JANET— 36 Academy Street, Arlington 
ANDERSON, JUDITH— 50 Bird Street, East Walpole 
APOSTOLON, LAWRENCE— 210 Highland Street, Brockton 
ATWOOD, BETSY— 95 Broadway, Raynham 
BARRON, JEANIE— 188 North Franklin Street, Holbrook 
BEAUDRY, JAMES— 27 Mitchell Street, New Bedford 
BENDERS, BEVERLY— 174 Cabot Street, Roxbury 
BENEVIDES, JOAN— 931 Brayton Avenue, Someret 
BENNETT, WILLIAM— 132 North Pearl Street, Brockton 
BERARDI, ANN— 38 Mechanic Street, Canton 
BERG, BEVERLY— 19 Jenny Lind Street, New Bedford 
BLADEN, JOAN— 15 Kent Place, Chatham 
BLUTE, BEVERLY— 260 Beulah Street, Whitman 
BODEL, HELEN— 20 Great Pond Road, South Weymouth 
BOTELHO, THERESA— 1177 Read Street, Somerset 
BOUCHARD, JOSEPH— The Arnold School, East Pembroke 
BOUCHARD, PAULINE— 31 County Street, Ipswich 
BROCK, DOROTHEA— 14 Curtis Street, Medford 
BROWN, ELIZABETH— 509 West Street, East Bridgewater 
BRYANT, JOAN— South Washington Street, Norton 
BUCKLEY, MARYELLEN— 198 Central Avenue, Abington 
BUTLER, MARTHA— 14 Webster Street, Taunton 
CADORETTE, EDWIN— 2762 Riverside Avenue, Somerset 
CALLAN, ROBERT— 1 West Street, Wakefield 
CALLIS, PAUL— 27 Wardwell Avenue, Lynn 
CALLOW, JOHN— 96 Main Street, Swansea 
CARDOZA, DOROTHY— 19 Robert Street, North Dartmouth 
CARMICHAEL, HAZEL— West Street, Carver 
CARPENTER, FLORENCE— 436 Center Street, Brockton 
CARROLL, RONALD— 21 Laurel Street, Salem 
CASSIDY, LOIS— 15 Colberg Avenue, Roslindale 
CIRAME, ELINOR— 594 Broadway, Somerville 
CLARK, PHOEBE— 135 Summer Street, Lee 
CLARRIDGE, SALLY— 270 Purchase Street, Milford 
CLOSUIT, ALFRED— Main Street, Carver 
COLFORD, JOHN— 4 Bryant Street, Everett 
CONANT, JUNE— South Main Street, Berkley 
CONRAD, SHIRLEY— 115 Main Street, East Pepperell 
CORMIER, FLORENCE— 497 Webster Street, Rockland 
COSTA CAROL— 42 Scott Street, New Bedford 



COWE, JANET— 14 Palmer Street, South Weymouth 
CRONIN, KATHLEEN— 27 Moulton Street, Brockton 
CROWLEY, MARGARET— 11 Commonwealth Avenue, Quincy 
CULLATI, ARTHUR— 136 Franklin Street, Milton 
DAIUTE, ANTHONY— 30 Summer Street, South Braintree 
DALEY, HENRY— 136 Cleveland Avenue, Braintree 
DANSEREAU, ROLAND— 21 Newtowne Court, Cambridge 
DOHERTY, ROSEMARY— 58 Hollis Street, Brockton 
DOLBER, SUSAN— 26 Adams Street, Melrose 
DOUTHWRIGHT, BRENDA— 1434 County Street, Somerset 
DUARTE, NANCY— 508 Hillman Street, New Bedford 
DUBE, THOMAZIA— 809 Charles Street, Fall River 
DUNHAM, PRISCILLA— 548 Pleasant Street, Brockton 
DYGAS, IRENE— 587 South Beach Street, Fall River 
EDWARDS, MARY— 23 Orlando Avenue, Arlington 
ENGSTROM, JANICE— 28 Snell Avenue, Brockton 
ERICKSON, CAROLYN— 99 Amesbury Street, Wollaston 
FAIR, KATHRYN— 36 Gorman Road, Framingham 
FARGEN, SHIRLEY— 79 Boston Street, Methuen 
FARRELL, PATRICIA— 64 Phillips Street, Wollaston 
FEE, MARY— 3 Sachem Park, Quincy 
FERIOLI, JEAN— 18 Wall Street, Bridgewater 
FITZSIMMONS, MARY— 108 Broadway, Taunton 
FLETCHER, JOHN— 357 Whipple Street, Fall River 
FLYNN, DAVID— 1622 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater 
FRIES, NANCY— 56 Hillberg Avenue, Brockton 
GALLAGHER, DANIEL— 466 Main Street, Brockton 
GARVEY, MARY— 22 Noble Street, Springfield 
GENTILE, EILEEN— 50 Lexington Street, Burlington 
GOMES, IRENE— 59 Bedford Street, New Bedford 
GOODNOW, VIOLA— Shelburne Falls 
GOODWIN, HOWARD— 321 Summer Street, Weymouth 
GOODWIN, JAMES— 90 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 
GULLICH, HARRIET— 180 Walpole Street, Norwood 
HADALSKI, JOANNE— 11 Merton Street, Somerset 
HALLAREN, GERARD— Broadway, South Hanover 
HAMLEN, JAMES— 197 Freeman Street, Sandwich 
HANSON, MARYALICE— 19 Squirrel Hill Lane, Hingham 
HAWORTH, SHIRLEY— 92 Mount Vernon Street, New Bed- 
ford 
HEALY, VERONICA— 9 Park Terrace, Milford 
HENRI, KATHERINE— Otis Road, New Boston 
HINKLEY, JUDITH— 41 Charles Street, Whitman 
HJELM, NANCY— RFD, Ashby 

HOLLERTZ, NATALIE— 38 West Center Street, West Bridge- 
water 

HOLMES, ANNE— 68 Farmcrest Avenue, Lexington 
HOLT, ELIZABETH— 199 Spring Street, Brockton 
HUBERT, FRANCES— 31 Hayes Street, Framingham 
HUGHES, VINCENT— 32 New Bedford Street, Hyde Park 
HUHTANEN, ROBERT— 45 Harding Avenue, Weymouth 
HULBERT, VIRGINIA— Winthrop Street, Rehoboth 
JACKSON, MARILYN^5 Bay Street, New Bedford 
JENSEN, JOANNE— 39 Sharpe Road, Belmont 
JONES, GRACE— Island Street, Brant Rock 
KEARNEY, RUTH— 46 Snell Street, Brockton 
KEEFE, MARY— 624 Canton Street, Stoughton 
KELLEHER, JOSEPH— 264 Park Street, Stoughton 
KELLEHER, MARY— 283 Torrey Street, Brockton 
KENDALL, JOANNE— 365 High Street, Abington 
KENNEY, ELAINE— 82 Pearl Street, Melrose 
KENNEY, FRANCES— 45 Holmes Street, Brockton 
KENNEY, MARY ELLEN— 2778 Riverside Avenue, Somerset 
KEYES, JOAN— 973 Quincy Shore Boulevard, Wollaston 



KILEY, IRENE— 10 Chase Avenue, Lexington 
KILGREW, ELIZABETH— 83 Johnson Street, Somerset 
KUCINSKAS, MARY— 738 Washington Street, Stoughton 
LANDRY, NORMAN— 18 Washington Avenue, New Bedford 
LIAPIS, EVANGELINE— 124 Beulah Street, Whitman 
LIBERTINE, ROCCO— 405 Quincy Avenue, East Braintree 
LONERGAN, JOHN— 551 Broad Street, East Weymouth 
LOONEY, GLORIA— 80 Winthrop Street, Brockton 
LYONS, MARY— 636 Indian Head Street, Hanson 
MacCREA, LOIS— 178 Bradford Street, Everett 
MacLEAN, JEAN ANN— 12 Carruth Street, Quincy 
MAHON, JUDITH— 371 Clinton Street, New Bedford 
MAHONEY, DOROTHY— Kinsman Road, Fitchburg 
MAIMARON, ELEANOR— 1346 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester 
MALONE, MARTHA— 300 Allen Street, New Bedford 
MATHESON, JOAN— 91 Fremont Street, Bridgewater 
MAYERS, ALBERT— 89 Plain Street, South Braintree 
MAYNARD, BARBARA— 227 Washington Avenue, Somerset 
McAFEE, CLAIRE— 92 Thurber Avenue, Brockton 
McGOWAN, MARY— 104 Lewis Avenue, Somerset 
McNALLY, LOUISE— 53 Vane Street, North Quincy 
MEANS, MARILYN— 13 Madison Avenue, Wakefield 
MILLER, CYNTHIA— Rockefeller Street, Randolph 
MILLER, PRISCILLA— 34 Pine Street, Eastondale 
MILLET, ROBERT— 123 Center Street, Bridgewater 
MONBLEAU, NANCY— 393 Lower County Road, Harwichport 
MOOERS, DORIS— Belvedere Heights, Haverhill 
MORIN, JACQUELINE— 404 Winthrop Street, Taunton 
MOULTON, BETTY MAE— 9 Phillips Avenue, Rockport 
NANOS, BARBARA— 50 Allen Street, Brockton 
NEVILLE, JANICE— 596 Belmont Street, Brockton 
NICHOLLS, BARBARA— 81 Church Street, Weymouth 
NORTH, CYNTHIA— 67 Ash Street, West Bridgewater 
NORTON, ROBERT— 72 Captain's Walk, Quincy 
NUNES, MARJORIE— 170 Bakerville Road, South Dartmouth 
PAIVA, NOREEN— 53 Fortier Street, Somerset 
PEPI, ELAINE— 148 Liberty Street, Quincy 
PETERSON, ELLEN— Mansion Drive, Topsfield 
PHILIE, JANET— 1 Converse Street, Wakefield 
PIERCE, BARBARA— 53 Carpenter Avenue, Hebronville 
POZZO, NANCY— 67 Lawrence Street, Canton 
PURCELL, JOHN— 27 Howard Street, Brockton 
QUINN, SHEILA— 43 Oakwood Road, Newtonville 
REMICK, AUDREY— P. O. Box 22, Sagamore 
RESCA, ANN— 6 Sanford Road, Canton 
RICE, JANET— 5 Foley Beach Road, Hingham 
RICHARD, MARCEL— Smith Street, Middleboro 
RICHARDSON, ANN— 36 Verdmont Avenue, Lynn 
RILEY, VIRGINIA— 407 Quincy Shore Drive, North Quincy 
RIORDAN, KATHLEEN— 596 North Montello Street, Brockton 
ROBBINS, JAMES— 60 Louis Street, Hyannis 
RODMAN, JOAN— 785 Rockdale Avenue, New Bedford 
RUSSELL, JANE— 166 Rounds Street, New Bedford 
SANSONE, COSM0^7 Dean Place, East Bridgewater 
SANTOS, GLORIA— 35 Westland Street, Acushnet 
SARGENT, PAUL— 56 Canterbury Street, Hingham 
SCAMPORINO, ROSANNE— 2 Richmond Street, Haverhill 
SCHENK, VIRGINIA— 398 Brock Avenue, New Bedford 
SCHLIMPER, BETTY— 21 Birch Street, Everett 
SEGUIN, RONALD— 7 Austin Court, New Bedford 
SEVERANCE, MARSHALL— Allen Street, Marion 
SHANAHAN, JOHN— 68 Lake Street, Abington 
SHEEHAN, JOHN— 35 Princeton Avenue, North Weymouth 



SHELDON, CAROLYN— 25 Hyde Street, Danvers 
SHEPHERD, ROSE-ELAINE— 84 Winona Avenue, Haverhill 
SHIRE, BARBARAS Pickering Avenue, Rosbury 
SILVA, MARY ANN— 158 Perry Street, Stoughton 
SILVIA, JOANNE— 237 School Street, Taunton 
SMITH, NANCY— 42 L Street, Brockton 
SNOW, WARREN— 678 Main Street, Brockton 
SOUTHWICK, ROBERTA— 26 Oliver Street, North Easton 
SOUTHWOOD, ANN— 132 High Street, Canton 
SPLAINE, CAROLE— 122 Heath Street, Jamaica Plain 
STAGE, NINA— 17 Garfield Street, Franklin 
STOKER, CLAIRE— 294 Concord Road, Billerica 
STOKINGER, THOMAS— 103 Weymouth Street, Holbrook 
SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN— 1 Mathaurs Street, Milton 
SVENSEN, PAUL— 22 Herbert Road, Wollaston 
TAYLOR, BETTY MAE— 1073 Dalton Avenue, Pittsfield 
THAYER, MARGUERITTA— 171 Laureston Street, Brockton 
THURSTON, ANNIE— 130 Wood Street, Swansea 
TINDALL, NANCY— 15% Pierce Avenue, Beverly 
TORMEY, ELIZABETH— 21 Mystic Street, Brockton 
TRIPP, ELIZABETH— 60 Summer Street, North Dighton 
TRIPP, JOHN— 11 Johnson Street, Taunton 
TROESCH, CAROL— 8 Geneva Street, Mansfield 
TUPPER, LOIS— 55 Brentwood Avenue, Brockton 
VADEBONCOEUR, DIANE— 37 Marlon Street, Haverhill 
VENTURA, BETTY ANN— 34 Bank Street, New Bedford 
WALSH, DOROTHY— 19 Wolcott Avenue, Andover 
WEBSTER, CYNTHIA— 5 Johnston Avenue, Whitinsville 
WENTZELL, GERALD— 81 Interval Street, Brockton 
WHITAKER, SUSAN— 101 Elm Avenue, Wollaston 
WHITE, DAVID— 62 Cabot Street, Waltham 
WHITE, MARILYN— 433 North Franklin Street, Holbrook 
WILSON, ADRIENNE— 152 Williams Street, Jamaica Plain 
XIFARAS, CAROL— 139 North Street, New Bedford 
YANAK, THEODORE— 20 Williams Street, Fairhaven 
YOUNG, MARTHA— 96 College Avenue, Medford 
ZANAZZO, ANNA MARIE— 184 Neponset Street, Canton 



Freshman Class 



AINSLEIGH, VIRGINIA— 71 Arborway Drive, East Braintree 
ALDEN, HARVEY— 7 Kineo Street, Dorchester 
ALLEN, SAMUEL— 33 Plymouth Street, East Bridgewater 
ANDERSON, ALMA— Indian Neck Road, Wareham 
ANDERSON, BARBARA— Whiting Street, West Hanover 
ANDERSON, JANET— 6 Edgehill Road, East Braintree 
ANDERSON, PRISCILLA— 521 Elm Street, East Braintree 
ANTONUCCI, JOAN— 5 Shaw Street, Quincy 
BABCOCK, BRUCE— 416 Matfield Street, West Bridgewater 
BAILEY, FLORENCE— 72 Swindells Street, Fall River 
BAILEY, LORRAINE— 42 Bartlett Street, Avon 
BANNAN, DAVID— 1044 Brush Hill Road, Milton 
BARRY, KATHLEEN— 43 Poole Street, Brockton 
BAZER, GERALD— 11 Baird Street, Dorchester 
BEATTIE, KATHRYN— 184 Brownell Street, New Bedford 
BELCHER, JEAN— 342 Washington Street, Weymouth 
BEURMAN, DONALD— 70 Mascot Street, Dorchester 
BLUNT, DAVID— 306 Washington Street, Braintree 
BOTSEAS, ROUBINE— 125 Eugenia Street, New Bedford 
BOYLE, PATRICIA— 88 Mortland Avenue, Brockton 
BRAY, WILLIAM— 136 Indian Trail, Pembroke 
BRETON, MAURINE— 24 Homestead Avenue, Acushnet 
BROCK, DONALD— Washington Street, Duxbury 
BROCKLESBY, WILLIAM— 582 Broad Street, East Weymouth 



BRUNO, WILLIAM— 52 Pleasant Street, Mansfield 
BUCKLEY, JOSEPH— 23 Newton Street, Brockton 
BUMPUS, RONALD— 48 State Road, North Dartmouth 
BURBRIDGE, NANCY— 638 Central Street, Stoughton 
BURKE, JEANNE— 599 Bridge Street, North Weymouth 
CABRAL, EDWARD— 28 East Merrimac Street, New Bedford 
CAMACHO, JOSEPH— 1054 County Street, New Bedford 
CAMPBELL, CAROL— 60 Pine Street, Dighton 
CAMPBELL, ELAINE— 88 Charles Street, Whitman 
CANNIFF, MARY LOU— 145 Hanover Street, Fall River 
CARDOZA, ERNEST— 8 Marvel Street, Taunton 
CARLI, JOHN— 134 Main Street, Bridgewater 
CASHMAN, BARBARA— 26 Surrey Road, Hingham 
CAVANAUGH, LAWRENCE— 92 Warren Street, Fall River 
CHAMBERS, JANET— 139 Nelsson Street, Brockton 
CHAULK, HAROLD— 617 East Seventh Street, South Boston 
CHRISTENSEN, BARBARA— 1007 Rock Street, Fall River 
CHURBUCK, JANET— 111 Bedford Street, Bridgewater 
CLAIRMONT, PAULA— 135 Bouve Avenue, Brockton 
CLEARY, PAULINE— 91 Winthrop Street, Taunton 
CODY, DAVID— 7 Elm Street, Foxboro 
COELHO, ROGER— 44 Sinnott Street, West Bridgewater 
COFFEY, DIANNE— 501 East Street, East Weymouth 
COLLINS, PATRICIA— 90 Walnut Street, Braintree 
COLOMBO, LOUIS— 60 Brook Street, Brockton 
CONNOR, BARBARA— 1235 Pleasant Street, New Bedford 
CONNORS, JOHN— 224 Washington Street, Taunton 
COREY, SANDRA— 180 Warren Street, Randolph 
CORNELL, DOROTHY— Precinct Street, Lakeville 
CORREIA, DOROTHY— 34% Purchase Street, Taunton 
COSTA, BEVERLY— 950 Locust Street, Fall River 
COSTA, CELESTE— 104 Collette Stree.t, New Bedford 
COUGHLIN, ALICE— 50 MacArthur Road, Stoneham 
COUILLARD, ANN— Wicked Hill, Duxbury 
COVILLE, PETER— 102 Main Street, Wareham 
COYLE, CORNELIA— 14 Bryant Street, Taunton 
CREED, JANE— 31 Fairmont Avenue, Brockton 
CRIMMINS, DAVID— 390 South Street, Randolph 

CROKE, WILLIAM— 231 Ralph Talbot Street, South Wey- 
mouth 

CUMMINGS, CAROL— 8 Cross Street, Randolph 
CUMMINGS, ROBERT— 94 Auburn Street, Brockton 
DAHILL, ARTHUR— 238 Forest Street, Arlington 
DAVID, O. JUDITH— 14 Harvard Street, Natick 
DAVIS, MARY— 32 Garfield Avenue, Weymouth 
DEMONE, MARGARET— 20 Sentinel Street, Stoughton 
DENNIS, BARBARA— 144 Centre Avenue, Abington 
D'ENTREMONT, DARRELL— 28 Ponkapoag, Canton 
DINEEN, KATHRYN— 1998 South Street, Bridgewater 
DIONNE, HENRY— 12 Morgan Street, Somerville 
DOHERTY, ELSIE— 762 Bay Street, Taunton 
DONAHUE, MURIEL— 89 North Central Street, East Bridge- 
water 
DOYLE, WILLIAM— 215 Haverhill Street, Methuen 
DUBREUIL, ANITA— 9 Pope Street, New Bedford 
DUNCAN, FRANCIS— Highbank Road, South Yarmouth 
DUNHAM, NANCY— 253 Chestnut Street, New Bedford 
EK, JUDY— 98 Menlo Street, Brockton 
EMERY, BEVERLY— 91 Baker Avenue, Beverly 
EMERY, MARYANN— 11 Martin Street, Brockton 
FARLEY, ANN— 13 Lenox Road, Peabody 
FIOLA, ANNETTE— 18 Landing Road, Kingston 
FLANGHEDDY, HELEN— 128 Whittenton Street, Taunton 



FOOTE, JANE— Union Street, North Marshfield 
FORD, CAROL— 241 Plymouth Street, Holbrook 
FORD, PATRICIA— 17 Endicott Street, Quincy 
FOYE, ANNE— 322 East Center Street, West Bridgewater 
GABBETT, UNA— 225 Derby Street, Hingham 
GARVEY, WILLIAM— 67 South Main Street, Natick 
GATERIEWICTZ, STASIA— 104 Center Street, Somerset 
GIBERTI, PAUL— 355 South Avenue, Whitman 
GILMETTI, BERNARD— 11 Cobb Avenue, Brockton 
GIRARD, DONALD— 1163 Summer Street, Bridgewater 
GLYNN, ANN— 51 Buffington Street, Fall River 
GOUGH, JEANNE— 67 Warren Street, Somerset 
GOULDRUP, LAWRENCE— 53 Glen Avenue, Brockton 
GRIFFIN, EILEEN— 57 Warren Street, Fall River 
GUIDOBONI, ANN MARIE— Obery Heights, Plymouth 
HALLETT, SUE— 236 Crescent Street, Rockland 
HALTER, MILDRED— 41 Dunham Street, Attleboro 
HAMMOND, DIANE— 18 Chester Avenue, Brockton 
HARMAN, JACALYN— 314 Safford Street, Wollaston 
HEFLER, HELEN— 569 Holmes Street, Hanson 
HEIDEN, MARTHA— 635 Main Street, Wilbraham 
HOPP, ANNE— 194 North Main Street, Acushnet 
HORN, MARLENE— 19 Dean Street, Bridgewater 
IANTUONI, MARIE— 724 Plain Street, Brockton 
INFUSINO, JOANNE— 6 Rockview Road, Nantasket 
JENKINS, PRISCILLA— 16 Lewis Court, Hingham 
JEPPSON, EDMUND— 11 Holmes Street, Brockton 
JONES, ROBERTA— 245 Park Street, Stoughton 
JOSE, EVERETT— South Main Street, Assonet 
KAETZER, WALTER— 67 Grant Street, East Weymouth 
KEITH, JANICE— Great Neck Road, Wareham 
KENNEALLY, JOHN— 170 North Central Street, ast Bridge- 
water 
KETCHAM, DONALD^187 Pine Street, Weymouth 
KIELY, JANE— 94 Baldwin Street, Charleston 
KILLORY, GEORGE— 320 Essex Street, East Weymouth 
KING, JANICE— 78 Melville Street, Fall River 
KLEIN, SELMA— 2 Lambert Avenue, Haverhill 
KLOCKO, JEAN— Prospect Street, Hatfield 
KOTILAINEN, PAULA— 15 Alpine Street, Millbury 
KROCKTA, JANET— 34 Garden Street, Taunton 
KRUKONIS, NOREEN— 189 Broad Street, Bridgewater 
LAMOUREUX, ROGER— 23 Jackson Street, Taunton 
LANDER, CAROL— 110 Menlo Street, Brockton 
LANG, PRISCILLA— 7 Grove Street, Hudson 
LAPALME, ELIZABETH— 46 Hebron Avenue, Hebronville 
LATIMER, JEANNETTE— 80 King Street, Watertown 
LAWSON, CAROLE— 23 Seven Star Road, Groveland 
LEAL, CYNTHIA ANN— 32 Atlantic Street, South Dartmouth 
LEE, RICHARD— 19 Tremont Street, Norwood 
LEVASSEUR, ALBERTINE— 1041 Main Street, Haverhill 
LINCOLN, SALLY— King's Landing, Norwell 
LINEHAN, PAUL— 26 Fifteenth Avenue, Haverhill 
LOASBY, DONNA— 35 Auburn Street, Clinton 
LOGVIN, RAYNA— 211 Spring Street, Brockton 
LOMBARD, JOHN— 15 Saunders Street, North Weymouth 
LOMBARDI, RICHARD— 25 Dover Street, Brockton 
LONGSHAW, RAYMOND— 29 Hillside Street, Fall River 
LOVELL, MARY— West Street, Amherst 
LOVERIN, CHARLES— 58 Brett Street, Brockton 
LYONS, JUDITH— 100 Myrtle Avenue, Wakefield 
MACIEL, MARY— HA Lee Street, Somerville 
MacKEIL, LEWIS— 98 Westminster Street, Hyde Park 



MacVICAR, JEAN— 229 School Street, Mansfield 
MADDEN, CAROLYN— 25 Sherman Court, Medford 
MAGEE, CAROL— 50 Kinsley Street, Stoughton 
MAHONEY, CAROLYN— 27 Depot Street, Eastondale 
MAJOR, CYNTHIA— Trinity Avenue, Halifax 
MANN, ALLEN— 55 Stetson Street, Bridgewater 
MARTIN, ANNE— 8 Exchange Street, Woodville 
MARTIN, VIRGINIA— 57 Ridge Street, Fall River 
MARTINSON, JUDITH— Main Street, Marshfield 
MATTOS, MARILYN— 60 Ingell Street, Taunton 
McCLELLAN, SALLY— 19 Day Street, Whitman 
McGAW, JACQUELYN— 540 Columbian Street, South Wey- 
mouth 

McGUINNESS, EDWARD— 158 Wade Street, Fall River 
McINTIRE, JUDITH— 15 Homestead Road, Lynnfield Center 
McMELLON, LESLIE— 560 Osborn Street, Fall River 
McNAMARA, ANNE— 295 Washington Street, Weymouth 
McPHEE, CATHERINE— 95 Greenfield Street, Lawrence 
McSWEENEY, ELEANOR— 65 Forest Avenue, Brockton 
MEEHAN, RICHARD— 96 Coolidge Road, Arlington 
MELLO, BARBARA— 142 Fair Street, New Bedford 
MELLO, DAVID— 2325 South Main Street, Fall River 
MELLO, MARY JANE— 229 Winthrop Street, North Dighton 
MELLO, PATRICIA— 579 Mead Street, Somerset 
MEN1NO, ANTHONY— 299 Washington Street, Canton 
MESSENGER, ANNETTE— 122 Ferry Road, Salisbury 
MICELI, TERESA— 35 Fairmount Street, Dorchester 
MILLET, LUCIA— 312 East Street, West Bridgewater 
MITCHELL, CLAIRE— 12 Samoset Street, Plymouth 
MITCHELL, GORDON— 50 Highland Street, Brockton 
MITCHELL, JOHN— 76 Lyman Street, North Attleboro 
MOORE, ROSEMARY— 96 Chestnut Street, New Bedford 
MORRIS, GERALD— 1074 Washington Street, South Braintree 
MORRISON, JOAN— 329 Rosemary Street, Needham 
MOYNIHAN, BARBARA— 18 Prospect Avenue, Brockton 
MUIR, BARBARA— 2 Orlando Street, Wilbraham 
MURPHY, AGNES— 18 Norwood Avenue, Somerville 
MURPHY, DAVID— 7 Coffey Street, Boston 
MURRAY, CRAIG— 384 West Street, Brockton 
MURRAY, LORRAINE— 896 Main Street, Clinton 
NAIMO, JEANNETTE— 38 Duncklee Avenue, Stoneham 
NAIMO, LORETTA— 38 Duncklee Avenue, Stoneham 
NETTO, SYLVIA— Davisville Road, East Falmouth 
NEVES, ISABELLE— 66 Trenton Street, East Boston 
NICKERSON, SANDRA— Summer Street, Duxbury 
NOBLE, JAMES— 19 Saunders Street, Lawrence 
NOYES, RAYMOND— 21 Lantern Lane, Weymouth 
O'BRIEN, JEAN— 111 Ridge Street, Fall River 
O'BYRNE, CHRISTOPHER— 24 Moraine Street, Brockton 
O'KEEFE, GERALD— 100 Roosevelt Avenue, Springfield 
OLIVEIRA, VIRGINIA— Wood Street, Rehoboth 
O'SHEA, CAROLYN— 153 Hamilton Avenue, Lynn 
OXNER, ELIZABETH— 1395 Canton Avenue, Milton 
PAPAZONI, FRANCES— 1 Kilmer Avenue, Tauntan 
PEACHEY, VIRGINIA— 15 Fifth Street, Norwood 
PELTON, WILLIAM— 527 Cherry Street, Fall River 
PERKINS, AUDREY— 25 Denton Street, Brockton 
PERRY, LOUIS— 431 South Front Street, New Bedford 
PETRUZZI, ROSE— Main Street, East Brookfield 
PIKE, NANCY— 36 Briggs Street, Melrose 
POWERS, JANICE— 121 Laurel Street, Melrose 
QUINLAN, EUGENE— Brook Street, Plymouth 
REARDON, ANNE— 25 Moultrie Street, Dorchester 



REED, CHARLES— 167 Charles Street, New Bedford 
REED, VIRGINIA— 397 Prospect Street, Brockton 
RENAUD, RICHARD— 53 West Park Street, Brockton 
RENAUD, WALTER— 53 West Park -Teet, Brockton 
RICH, RUTH— 80 Bicknell Street, Qu.. cy 
RICHARDSON, LAWRENCE— 191 Market Street, Rockland 
RITTER, ANNE— 16 Willow Street, Westwood 
ROBERTS, ALICE— 337 West Center Street, West Bridge- 
water 
ROBINSON, JOAN— 7 Perry Avenue, Attleboro 
ROSCOE, FRANCES— 18 Power Court, Greenfield 
ROSENBLATT, ROBERT— 15 Farrell Street, Quincy 
RUFFINI, JAMES— 25 Vernon Street, Plymouth 
RUGGLES, PATRICIA— 25 Devoll Street, New Bedford 
SABA, NANCY— 30 Tremont Street, Brockton 
SALZBERG, DAVID— 36 Hosmer Street, Mattapan 
SAMUELSON, KENNETH— 18 Davis Avenue, Brockton 
SANFORD, GEORGE— Hixbridge Road, South Westport 
SANFORD, MARY— Bay Road, Duxbury 
SEARS, NANCY— 934 Bradley Road, Springfield 
SEYMORIAN, GREGORY— 154 Rice Road, Wollaston 
SHARPLES, BARBARA— Adamsville Road, Westport 
SHEA, ANNE— 255 Stetson Street, Fall River 
SHORT, CYNTHIA— 47 Vernon Street, Taunton 
SILVA, ROBERT-^14 Middleboro Avenue, East Taunton 
SILVIA, MONICA— 5A Wattupa Heights, Fall River 
SISSON, ELAINE— 255 State Road, North Dartmouth 
SMITH, AUDREY— 22 Everett Street, Rockland 
SMITH, DONALD— 297 Grove Street, Fall River 
SMITH, JOANNE— Winthrop Street, North Dighton 
SNIFFIN, CELIA— 116 Shaw Street, Braintree 
SOUZA, ARTHUR— 102 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford 
SOWA, CHARLOTTE— 106 Peckham Street, Fall River 
SPEAR, DIANNE— 558 Plymouth Street, East Bridgewater 
SPENCE, BENJAMIN— 47 Vistal Street, Fall River 
STARK, PAULINE— 29 Young Avenue, Norton 
STEPHANSKY, F. DAVID— 902 Main Street, South Hanson 
STEVENS, ARLENE— 22 Dwight Road, Springfield 
STEVENS, BARBARA— 129 Cedar Street, New Bedford 
STILL, CAROL ANN— 31 Fairmont Avenue, Haverhill 
SULLIVAN, FLORENCE— 8 Atherton Road, Nantasket 
SULLIVAN, JOAN— 242 Old Colony Avenue, South Boston 
SULLIVAN, SHEILA— 12 Algonquin Street, Dorchester 
SW ANSON, JACQUELINE— 10 First Street, Brockton 
SWANSON, KAY— 54 Field Street, Brockton 
SWANSON, SANDRA— 19 Short Street, Randolph 
SWARTZ, THERESA— Main Road, Westport 
SWEENEY, CHARLES— 63 Jenkins Avenue, Whitman 
SYLVIA, MARY— 669 Wareham Street, Middleboro 
TAVARES, EDMUND— 90 Penniman Street, New Bedford 
TERRY, DAVID— 60 Wingold Street, Fall River 
THOMPSON, JOHN^6 Oregon Street, Fall River 
TILTON, BEVERLY— 8 Lafayette Park, Lynn 
TOWER, JOHN— 99 Bedford Street, Abington 
TURNER, JOSEPH— 75 West Rutland Square, Boston 
TUTTLE, JANE— Hallett Lane, Chatham 
TWEEDIE, CAROL— 34 Hunter Street, New Bedford 
VI ELLA, MARIE— 9 Suosse's Lane, Plymouth 
VIRGONA, MARY JANE— 307 Front Street, Welmouth 
WADE, ROBERT— 9 Crescent Street, Kingston 
WARD, DONALD— 74 Fern Street, New Bedford 
WARD, PATRICIA— 46 Filbert Street, Quincy 
WHITE, PAULA— 62 Cabot Street, Waltham 



WHITNEY, DORIS— 213 Howard Street, Brockton 
WILBUR, GENE— 273 State Road, North Dartmouth 
WILLIAMS, RICHARD— 52 Taylor Avenue, Brockton 
WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY— Wareham Street, South Carver 
WISHNEFSKY, DOROTHY— 163 Liberty Street, New Bedford 
WONSON, ALAN— 258 East Street, Bridgewater 
WOOD, PATRICIA— Main Road, Westport 
YANAK, JOHN— 20 William Street, Fairhaven 
ZEELAND, JOAN— 17 Troy Street, Brockton 
ZUCCHELLI, ANN— 24 Mount Pleasant Street, Plymouth 





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of the part we have had in helping to make your classbook a 
permanent reminder of your school years, recording with photo- 
graphs one of the happiest and most exciting times of your 
life! We hope that, just as you have chosen us as your class 
photographer, you will continue to think of Loring Studios when 
you want photographs to help you remember other momentous 
days to come! When you choose Loring portraits, you are 
sure of the finest craftsmanship at the most moderate prices! 

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